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Le Groupe Michelin se lance dans l’impression 3D métal.

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Le Groupe Michelin et la société Fives dévoilaient hier la création d’une joint-venture dénommée Fives Michelin Additive Solutions visant à développer et commercialiser à l’échelle mondiale une gamme de machines reposant sur la fabrication additive métallique, plus communément appelée impression 3D métal. Selon les termes de l’accord, la nouvelle entité sera détenue à 50% par Fives et ...

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BMW demos futuristic S1000RR motorcycle with 3D printed chassis and swingarm

Like many other major automotive companies around the world, BMW is increasingly implementing 3D printing into its operations. The German manufacturer is using the technology to quickly develop advanced prototypes at various stages of the design process, as well as investing in 3D printing research and even using 3D printing for final-phase series production. The latest prototype developed with the technology is for a motorcycle, known as the S1000RR. The bike has a 3D printed chassis, as well as a 3D printed swingarm.

 

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Airbus installs first visible 3D printed part in Finnair A320 passenger cabin

European aviation giant Airbus has long been at the forefront of implementing 3D printing technology in manufacturing processes. As well as rapid prototyping, more than 1,000 final production plastic and metal parts have been used on various aircraft including the A350 and A320 since 2015. The company has recently reached another milestone, as it debuted the first 3D printed part that will be visible to passengers. A 3D printed spacer panel was installed in the cabin of a A320 jet, which is being operated by Finnair.

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