Software

A Lightweight Battery Structure: Born to Race

Solutions: 3-matic, Build Processor, Magics

At the biennial World Solar Challenge this year, where solar-powered race cars made by university students race an impressive 3,021 km across Australia, the Belgian team’s car had a whopping average speed of 90km/h. One of their secret weapons? An inventive battery structure.

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Manufacturing

Setting Wheels InMotion: 3D Printing Titanium Parts for an Electric Race Car

Solutions: 3-matic, Metal 3D Printing

When you’re aiming to make the fastest electric car in the world, every bit of weight optimization matters: so we helped InMotion create lightweight 3D-printed wishbones for the suspension. Thanks to our Metal Printing Factory and software, InMotion is on its way to an ambitious goal.

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Manufacturing

Get into High Gear with Altair’s Optimized Race Car Brake Pedal

Solutions: CAD, 3-matic, Additive Manufacturing

Altair, a company offering technology and services for business and engineering innovation, has twenty years of experience in optimizing strength in structure and design. In the past, their users redesigned optimized models in CAD and sent them for conventional manufacturing.

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Software

Steering the June Race Car to the Finish Line

Solutions: 3-matic, Lightweight Structures

Combining functionality, price, and aesthetics into one outstanding race car steering wheel, students at Formula Group T showed contest judges just what 3-matic can do.

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Manufacturing

The Areion by Formula Group T: The World’s First 3D Printed Race Car

Solutions: 3-matic, Mammoth Stereolithography, Stereolithography

How fast can 3D Printing (and stereolithography in particular) go? The answer, according to the 2012 Formula Group T team, is - more than 140 km/h!

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