Category Archives: BMW Group

Can 3D printing reinvent the bicycle? Latest innovations from Reynolds and AREVO

Reynolds, a UK manufacturer of bicycle frames and components, is using metal 3D printing technology to develop a range of customizable stainless steel and titanium frame-parts. With this range, Reynolds will streamline production processes for frame builders in the cycling industry. Additively manufactured bespoke bicycles With over a century of experience, Reynolds has seen the […]

3D printing news Sliced Lockheed Martin, Aurora Labs, MyMiniFactory, Robo 3D, BMW

How can architecture inspire 3D printed fashion pieces? When will we be able to 3D print buildings? Are self-correcting 3D printers right around the corner? This edition of 3D printing news Sliced features Aurora Labs,GE, MyMiniFactory, Smet Construction Services, Inc., Rapid.Tech + FabCon 3D, Autodesk, Faro and more. AM in art & crafts, architecture, and […]

Hyundai Mobis open $2.8 million 3D printing and design workshop for vehicles

Hyundai Mobis, a subsidiary of Hyundai Motor Group that manufactures automotive parts in South Korea, has opened a 3D printing lab, the Design Model Workshop, which has the capacity to 3D print customized vehicle parts. It is South Korea’s first design research facility launched by an automotive component supplier. Prototyping 3D printed parts on clay […]

BMW Group invests €10 million in German Additive Manufacturing Campus

The multinational automotive BMW Group has invested €10 million (approximately $12.3 million) in an Additive Manufacturing Campus scheduled to open early 2019. A 6,000 square meter facility, the new Additive Manufacturing Campus will focus on prototyping, series production of parts, and customized solutions for the automotive industry. Udo Hänle, Head of Production Integration at BMW comments, “Our new […]

BMW Group plant Campus für Additive Fertigung nahe München

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Mit einer Gesamtinvestition von über € 10 Millionen plant die BMW Group die Eröffnung des „Additive Manufacturing Campus“ in Oberschleißheim, nördlich von München, für Anfang 2019. Das Unternehmen möchte damit seine Kompetenz in Bereich der 3D-Druckverfahren weiter ausbauen. Mit dem Campus für Additive Fertigung wird sich künftig die gesamte Kompetenz der BMW Gruppe im Bereich […]

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Todd Grimm and Dominik Rietzel selected as key note speakers for AMUG 2018

Todd Grimm and Dr. Ing. Dominik Rietzel have been announced as featured key note speakers at the 2018 Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Education & Training Conference. AMUG is a highlight on the increasingly crowded 3D printing events calendar, bringing together AM experts from across the industry. Grimm, who is president of T. A. Grimm & […]

MINI owners drive their own taste with custom 3D printing service

Though 3D printed polymers are finding their range in new industries every day, when it comes to end-use parts, some in the automotive industry believe the technology is not yet ready for the road – specificly the volume of production seen in the automotive industry. Automation and scale are the main challenges to automotive’s uptake. […]

Additive Manufacturing auf der Rapid.Tech – Potenziale und Herausforderungen für die Automobilindustrie

Additive Fertigungsverfahren und der 3D-Druck haben sich in der Automobilindustrie etabliert.
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