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Additive manufacturing drives production of race-ready parts

Additive manufacturing has long been used in racing for design assessment and testing. However, racing teams are showing that it’s also capable of making production parts that meet the demands of the race environment, quickly and cost effectively.

In this white paper, you’ll see how race teams use FDM technology to:

  • Speed production of new and replacement parts
  • Reduce cost by eliminating tooling
  • Make parts lighter
  • Operate under tight schedules

“A lot of the time, we can’t justify not using FDM.”
– Paul Doe, chief designer, MINI John Cooper Works WRC

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