InMotion Electric Race Car Hits the Track for a Record-Breaking Run with Materialise and 3D Printed Titanium Y-Joints

One area that we’ve witnessed really speeding up its use of 3D printing technology is on the racetrack, with big names like Nissan Motorsports, BMW, and McLaren Racing all racing to find…

Stratasys at the Grand Prix: McLaren Formula 1 Races Ahead with 3D Printed Parts and Trackside 3D Printing

Now that March Madness is over, we can all turn our eyes from the court to the track, as the Grand Prix kicks off later this month. In the fast-paced, high…

Polish Sports Car Manufacturer Arrinera Technology Turns to 3D Printing for Parts for Its Supercar

As evidenced by what we learned at SOLIDWORKS World 2017 earlier this month, prototyping is back in the 3D printing spotlight; it is, after all, the original purpose for 3D…

Ogle Models Puts 3D Printing Talents to Work for Student Team Racing in Formula Student 2016

While hopefully most of us are indeed ‘following our passions’ and enjoying our careers on a daily basis, sometimes hearing about the exciting things others are doing from within the…

University of Connecticut Students Design Racecar with Help from 3D Systems Geomagic Software

Racing, in its various forms, is a great way to get students, from elementary school to college level, thinking creatively and implementing skills in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) and…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — April 5

The stories we didn’t cover this week run the gamut, covering announcements of new 3D scanning techniques based on built-in smartphone sensors, Stratasys’ global expansion efforts, 3D printed concrete art…

Air Racer – The 3D Printable, Balloon Powered, Grand Prix Race Cars

When it comes to 3D printing toys, there are a plethora of choices to choose from on sites like Thingiverse and Youmagine. There are spinning tops, action figures, toy elephants, and…


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