Thought this might be of interest for me 3D Printing is always of interest for the future - Dave
“Thinking towards the future is something Nissan has always been proud of. At the core of our forward-thinking attitude are the inquisitive minds of our people – particularly researchers like those featured in this story.
What interested me was the subject of 3D Printing The Nissan Engineer telling that "making metal parts with 3D printers changes the world of car manufacturing. This is because 3D printers can produce parts of any shape without a mold. This allows us to reduce weight by utilizing a 3D structural model and component integration. In addition, 3D printers enable us to vary the strength of a part or its materials (like aluminum or iron) depending on the part itself or its required performance. It's a dream! We'll soon be able to create specific parts as requested by engineers."
Dare to do what others don't. A peek inside Nissan’s research center in Japan : https://uk.nissannews.com/en-GB/release ... r-in-japan
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