McLaren adds 3D printed parts to MCL32 2017 F1 car, trials Stratasys ‘pit stop 3D printer’

McLaren adds 3D printed parts to MCL32 2017 F1 car, trials Stratasys 'pit stop 3D printer'

After partnering with 3D Printing giant Stratasys in January, Formula 1 car manufacturer McLaren Racing has announced that its 2017 MCL32 race car features 3D printed components, including a hydraulic line bracket, brake cooling ducts, and a rear wing flap made with a 3D printed mold. Back in January, Stratasys announced a four-year partnership with McLaren Racing. As part of the deal, the 3D printing company said it would supply McLaren with around £1 million worth of additive manufacturing equipment, maintaining close contact with the racing team as it increases its use of 3D printing at the McLaren Technology […]

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