The design department at Hankook Tire uses a ProJet® 660 3D printer by 3D Systems as a key part of its concept design process. 3D printing technology has helped the design team deliver better communication between departments, save on costs, and improve design data security.
3D printing isn't just for churning out plastic doodads, oh no.
You just need to think bigger. Like Bolton-based Empire Cycles, who've teamed up with 3D printing wizards Renishaw to create the world's first 3D-printed titanium alloy bicycle frame.
The MX-6 bicycle isn't the first 3D-printed bike – there have been some rather chunky plastic efforts, and Australian-based Flying Machine has created a bike using off-the-shelf tubes with 3D-printed lugs. But Empire Cycles has taken things a step further and printed the entire frame – in several sections – using laser sintering.
World's first 3D-printed titanium bike is super strong and incredibly light | Stuff http://t.co/CJvFm33EAL @StuffTV
The new Cube 3 3D printer includes a number of new features such as the ability to print at resolutions of just 75 microns within its semi-enclosed casing (Geeky gadgets Cube 3 3D Printer Offers 75 Micron 3D Printing For Under $1000 Geeky gadgets ...
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