Go For a Ride in a 3D Printed Strati At NAIAS 2015 in Detroit

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Of course this means 3D printed vehicles. … The original post Go For a Ride in a 3D Printed Strati At NAIAS 2015 in Detroit appeared first on 3D Printing Industry. By Andrew Wheeler.

The Barnes Group Advisors and SLM Solutions Sign Memorandum of Understanding

Additive Manufacturing

Per the arrangement, The Barnes Group Advisors will deliver Additive Manufacturing (AM) training courses designed around key industry standards to SLM Solutions’ customers and contacts. The Barnes Group Advisors and SLM Solutions North America collaborate on Additive Manufacturing Training.

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Local Motors to Open 2 New Car 3D Printing Facilities This Year

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This time, at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. Over the course of the past two days, the Phoenix, Arizona-based startup printed and assembled its crowd sourced, open sourced vehicle for a second time before an audience of auto enthusiasts at Cobo Center.

Exclusive: GM CEO Mary Barra says the world needs more…

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In Detroit, there are currently three times as many job openings in computer programming as there are in manufacturing, said Hadi Partovi, founder of Code.org , which is one of the groups that GM is teaming up with.

GM to Invest $1 Billion in U.S. Manufacturing Operations

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This is the normal course of business,” Keller, who’s based in Stamford, Connecticut, said of GM. is no longer the biggest market in the world for the Detroit-based company — that position belongs to China, where GM plans to introduce 18 new or refreshed vehicles this year.

Robots, Fashion, and the Future of Manufacturing: Our Big M/RAPID Recap


Last week, we had the pleasure of attending the co-located Big M and RAPID conferences at the Cobo Center in Detroit. We of course waited until after the show to try his drinks, but maybe next we can cross the pop culture streams and get him to serve us Earl Grey, hot?

How will Industry 4.0 impact U.S. manufacturing?

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By JLL Staff Reporter, Real Views. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is picking up steam in warehouse aisles and factory floors around the world. As advancing technology brings the manufacturing industry closer to the vision of a ‘smart factory,’ the future of U.S.

3D-Printed Car: More Than Just High-Tech Transportation

Shapeways Blog

The Strati, Local Motors’ 3D-printed car, has been buzzing all over the internet since one was printed right on the floor at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit this past January. Larger printers require more space, time and of course money to build.

The Ride of Matt Schmotzer’s Life: The Invertigo Roller Coaster

The Solidworks Blog

After viewing his design at the Detroit Maker Faire, I had to follow up with Matt to ask him some questions about his experiences in creating the roller coaster and plans for the future.

SOLIDWORKS and the Tucker Torpedo

The Solidworks Blog

Check out this 1960 ad from Chrysler which was a leader in the unibody movement in Detroit back in the day. He’s been using SOLIDWORKS for a long time now in both his day job and of course working with Bob.

SOLIDWORKS and the Tucker Torpedo Part 2

The Solidworks Blog

Of course SOLIDWORKS FloWorks will be used once we get to that point in the design to ensure proper air flow and cooling. This is part two of a blog series covering how a group of car and engineering enthusiasts are bringing the Tucker Torpedo concept car to life.

Is it Time to Think Differently about 3D Printing?

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At the same time, the engineering department is constantly working to keep up with rule changes, as well as issues that occurred at the track, and trying to work on new developments to keep the cars competitive, Levy said at the Big M in Detroit this summer.

Technology Merges with Automotive in New Era of Efficient…

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The General Motors division invested $300 million in its Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly plant to develop new body construction techniques and technologies that would allow various types of advanced and lightweight materials to be combined within the manufacturing environment.