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McLaren Plans to 3D Print Racing Car Parts

McLaren plans to start 3D-printing parts for its Formula 1 cars trackside at Grand Prix competitions shortly, the firm believes the technology will give it an advantage over rivals allowing it to make last-minute changes.

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McLaren plans to start 3D-printing parts for its Formula 1 cars trackside at Grand Prix competitions shortly, the firm believes the technology will give it an advantage over rivals allowing it to make last-minute changes.

This paper describes in detail five key ways 3D printing is changing the automotive industry, both today and in the near future.

With the 120th running of the Boston Marathon, the competition to bring 3D-printed athletic shoes to the general market is sprinting ahead, but for the sneaker industry, the technology, and its supply chain, this will be a marathon, not a sprint.

Opel, Europe’s 3rd largest automotive manufacturer, is slashing manufacturing tool production costs by up to 90% using its Stratasys 3D Printers, as well as 3D printing assembly tools in less than 24 hours.

Industry 4.0 is more than just a flashy catchphrase, and with a confluence of trends and technologies promises to reshape the way things are made.

Amazon filed for a patent for 3D printers mounted within trucks, which could then print customers' purchases on the fly and deliver them instantly, and save money by eliminating the need to import items and store them in warehouses.

Using a million-dollar metal 3-D printer and the right computer-modeled recipe, a trained operator can create virtually any object out of metal in a matter of hours or days.

The new process is a great fit for 3D printing of Nike’s product range and FlyKnit will help Nike make lighter, better fitting shoes that map to new manufacturing models tailored for conditions in developing economies.

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First nationwide retailer to offer 3D print plans to expand to nearly 100 centers nationwide to better meet the needs of small business owner.