Category Archives: BMW

BMW Group setzt verstärkt auf 3D-Druck

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BMW setzt schon seit mehreren Jahren auf additive Fertigung. Der Autokonzern aus Bayern gab bekannt, dass der Einsatz der Technik immer wichtiger wird und teilweise auch in der Serienproduktion eingesetzt wird. Die BMW Group teilte in einer Presseaussendung mit, dass der Einsatz von 3D-gedruckten Teilen in der Gruppe immer mehr an Bedeutung gewinnt. In den [...]

Der Beitrag BMW Group setzt verstärkt auf 3D-Druck erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – The Independent AM Magazine.

Formnext 2018 – the 3D Printing Industry first look

3D Printing Industry took a morning run through what is set to be a record breaking event. Here are some of our first impressions of Formnext 2018. Our team will be in Frankfurt all week to bring you detailed coverage of the 4th edition of what has become the main event on a crowded additive […]

3D Printing News Sliced: Autodesk, Fabrisonic, BMW, 3D Metalforge

Today in Sliced, our 3D printing news digest, we feature the latest in composite materials; a virtual trip to Paris; electron microscope part inspection and BMW’s 3D printed motorbike. Read on for this and more including Sketchfab, Autodesk, FOX, Cam Newton, Immensa Technology Labs, Victrex, Matterhackers, Robo 3D, CoreLink Surgical, Fabrisonic, BEEVERYCREATIVE, Yxlon, the University of […]

Day Two of 3D printing at IMTS, smart factories and preparing for serial production

Self-driving 3D printed vehicles, beer-pouring robots, robots 3D printing, whirlyball playing robots – ok I made that last one up but automation – together with additive manufacturing – is clearly a dominant theme at IMTS 2018. 3D printing and automation Automation is self-evidently a technology that does not stand in isolation – there must be […]

Day Two of 3D printing at IMTS, smart factories and preparing for serial production

Self-driving 3D printed vehicles, beer-pouring robots, robots 3D printing, whirlyball playing robots – ok I made that last one up but automation – together with additive manufacturing – is clearly a dominant theme at IMTS 2018. 3D printing and automation Automation is self-evidently a technology that does not stand in isolation – there must be […]

BMW erhält Altair Enlighten Award für 3D-gedruckte Metall-Dachhalterung

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Der in München ansässige Automobilkonzern BMW Group darf sich für die Herstellung seiner 3D-gedruckten Metall-Cabrio-Dachhalterung nun über den diesjährigen Altair Enlighten Award 2018 in der Kategorie Module freuen. Ins Leben gerufen wurden die Altair Enlighten Awards, um bewundernswerte Fortschritte in der Leichtbautechnologie zu würdigen. Die diesjährigen Gewinner wurden im Rahmen der CAR Management Briefing Seminars [...]

Der Beitrag BMW erhält Altair Enlighten Award für 3D-gedruckte Metall-Dachhalterung erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – Das Magazin für 3D-Drucktechnologien.

Review: V&A exhibition The Future Starts Here: Made In Space, Apple and Chelsea Manning featured

Self-driving cars, Apple’s corporate campus, and the 3D printed face of U.S. military whistleblower Chelsea Manning are currently on display at London’s V&A Museum. Part of The Future Starts Here, the items contribute to an exhibition of 100 projects credited with “shaping the world of tomorrow.” A concept that reaches broadly across many available and developing technologies, it […]

Review: V&A exhibition The Future Starts Here: Made In Space, Apple and Chelsea Manning featured

Self-driving cars, Apple’s corporate campus, and the 3D printed face of U.S. military whistleblower Chelsea Manning are currently on display at London’s V&A Museum. Part of The Future Starts Here, the items contribute to an exhibition of 100 projects credited with “shaping the world of tomorrow.” A concept that reaches broadly across many available and developing technologies, it […]

BMW and MIT reveal Liquid 3D Printed Pneumatics for self-assembling car interiors

Skylar Tibbits, who coined the term 4D printing back in 2013, and his team at MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab have released the details of an ongoing collaboration with car manufacturer BMW. Named Liquid Printed Pneumatics, the project applies the Self-Assembly Lab’s “Rapid Liquid Printing” technique to the development of next generation car interiors, capable of taking […]