JEC World: AREVO Presents Manufacturing as a Service; Introduces 3D Printed e-Moto

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Design. Print. Ride.” – the AREVO product development team

Silicon Valley’s AREVO is headed to Paris from March 3-5 to participate in JEC World 2020. As many exhibitors will be unveiling their latest innovations, AREVO will be showing off their e-Moto, which is bound to be a crowd pleaser; in fact, when it comes to 3D printing, items such as cars, boats, planes, and motorcycles are usually a source of fascination due to the popularity of such machinery—but also due to the idea of the industrial disruption taking place in terms of manufacturing, and the incredible potential for customization.

This year though, AREVO will also be announcing 3DPC as their new partner in their composite Manufacturing-as-a-service (“MaaS”) program. MaaS is centered around one of the greatest benefits in 3D printing—the ability to create products on demand—and in this case with ‘ultra-strong, lightweight thermoplastic composite parts.’

The e-Moto, a composite e-bike/e-scooter hybrid, will be on exhibit at JEC World as a prime example of AREVO’s capabilities within the 3D printing realm.  Made possible due to the progressive AREVO ‘Aqua’ platform, manufacturing of the e-Moto involves a comprehensive, automated robotic system and the AREVO Xplorator™ software, the futuristic vehicle is the result of ‘the first, fully integrated composite tool chain that accelerates product development from concept to production.’

“At JEC World we look forward to meeting with representatives from the consumer, industrial and aerospace sectors to demonstrate how our MaaS service can produce truly innovative thermoplastic composite parts, as shownby the e-Moto,” said Hemant Bheda, Co-Founder and Chairman of AREVO.  “Our easy to use Xplorator™ software accelerates design cycles for composite parts from months to hours.  Our MaaS infrastructure significantly improves the time-to-market and ROI in the development and production of new micromobility vehicles, sporting goods, eVTOLs, commercial drones and satellites.”

Continually innovating, the AREVO team is known for its ability to:

  • Make breakthroughs in digital fabrication software, robotics, and materials science
  • Provide composite parts affordably
  • Create parts at true production scale
  • Reduce design cycles for a variety of different parts

“The e-Moto concept vehicle results from a collaboration between AREVO and StudioWest and represents a novel solution to urban transport problems: an easy to ride, energy-efficient personal mobility vehicle,” explained the AREVO team in their recent press release sent to 3DPrint.com.

AREVO will also be showing off sporting goods, high-performance components for aerospace, and more—many of which are the results of collaborations with other global market leaders. If you are attending JEC World 2020 this year at Villepinte Nord Center, the AREVO team invites you to stop by Hall 5, booth S-92.

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[Source / Images: AREVO]

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