Charles R. Goulding and Warren Buzzell Jr. look at use of Stratasys equipment by racing teams.
Taking The METHOD On The Road
One of MakerBot’s clients demonstrated a very unusual method of using 3D printing.
SLS 3D Printing Helps IndyCar Brakes Keep Their Cool And Race To Victory
When it comes to racing, most of the focus is on speed — but work with SLS 3D printing is also helping critical braking components keep their cool for a winning IndyCar team.
Julia Baldyga: “A Race Car Cannot Afford To Carry More Weight Than Is Absolutely Necessary”
Julia Baldya was born and raised in Poland.
Single-Site Motorsport 3D Printing: Workshop of the Future?
I’m reading a fascinating story about how a small motorsport company is using 3D printing in a very different way.
3D Printing: Helping Boats Take Flight
Charles R. Goulding sets sail with the idea of 3D printing for technologically advanced boat manufacture.
Polimotor’s 3D Printed Plastic Internal Combustion Engine
A company is apparently 3D printing fully functional internal combustion engines for racing — made from plastic!
Formula One Racing Teams And 3D Printing Activities: Driven To Be The Best
Charles Goulding, Preeti Sulibhavi and Ian D. Brown examine the use of 3D printing and additive manufacturing by the world’s major Formula 1 Racing teams.
CRP Races On
Energica Motor Company’s Ego Corsa electric motorbikes had a strong showing at the MotoE races, following setbacks in manufacturing.
Students Using Advanced 3D Print Technology Could Lead to Job Offers
What kind of 3D print technology should be used by students? Here we explain the advantages of using advanced technology to simulate real-life engineering environments.
From The Ashes: CRP And Energica Rebuild For MotoE
CRP helps Energica race to the race, rebuilding destroyed motorbikes in record time.
Race Cars and 3D Printers: A Love Story
Mac and cheese. Lucy and Ethel. Penn and Teller. Racing and 3D printing. Sometimes it’s just a good pairing.
Book of the Week: Engineer to Win
This week’s selection is “Engineer to Win” by Carroll Smith.