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Steyr Stays Top of Mind with Scale Models from Quickparts

The Steyr tractor brand began in the late 1940s and has been evolving ever since to keep up with the demanding needs of life on a farm. Like many in the agricultural machinery and equipment industry, Steyr takes part in the global exhibition AGRITECHNICA to connect with current customers and make contact with new ones. In order to stand out in the hustle and bustle of the trade show environment, Steyr wanted to do something creative and memorable by providing visitors with a beautiful and accurate scale model of its product.

Brose and voxeljet AG sign beta program for new VX1000 HSS 3D printer for additive series production of polymers

voxeljet AG announces one of the first participants in the High Speed Sintering (HSS) Early-Access Beta Program for the VX1000 HSS. Brose, a global automotive supplier, will work with voxeljet as a cooperation partner to further develop the VX1000 HSS for use in additive series production of polymer components for the automotive industry.

MakerBot METHOD X 3D printer enables CALLUM to rapidly progress from prototyping to production parts with engineering-grade materials

Design and engineering business CALLUM can swiftly produce low volume, bespoke production parts in-house for its limited-edition Aston Martin CALLUM Vanquish 25, thanks to the capabilities of the MakerBot METHOD X.

Show organizers cancel 2021 New York Auto Show

Increased delta-variant measures force event's hand
It is with great disappointment that the upcoming 2021 New York International Automobile Show at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center has been cancelled due to the growing incidences of the Covid-19 Delta variant and the increased measures announced recently by State and local officials to stop its spread.

Nissan accelerates assembly line with BCN3D 3D printing solution

. The Barcelona-based manufacturer continues to expand its range of 3D printing solutions for the industrial workbench, to help Nissan factory in Barcelona (Spain) to innovate.

• The car manufacturer could roll out the technology to create parts and prototypes at other sites after a successful introduction in Europe.
• Nissan has printed 700 parts in-house so far, with some costing as little as 3.45€ to manufacture.
• It is one of the world’s first users of the BCN3D Smart Cabinet, which has been developed to protect and maintain 3D printing filaments within optimal conditions.

Rodin Cars produces 3D-printed transmission for high-performance sports car with 3D Systems' additive metal manufacturing solution

First production part of its kind to complement high-performance exotic vehicle - offers unparalleled quality, durability and luxury

3D Systems' Application Innovation Group is instrumental in the development of novel parts with the DMP Factory 500 3D printer.

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