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Stratasys and Champion Motorsport Team Up To Test 3D-Printed Core Technology August 16 2021

2021 Composites Market Update 32

Stratasys 3D printed 16 whole elements for Champion Motorsports not too long ago and modified Porsche racecar. The biggest element was a 7 x 5-feet rear diffuser for which Stratasys printed a sandwich core from Ultem 1010 plastic (proven in gold) that was then wrapped in carbon fiber prepreg.

On June 27, a modified 911 Porsche GT2 RS Clubsport automobile from Champion Motorsport (Pompano Seashore, Fla., U.S.) completed first within the Time Assault 1 Division of the 99th Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in Colorado Springs, Colo., U.S.

One of many secrets and techniques to the workforce’s success was the automobile’s aerodynamic buildings — the wings, underbody strakes, diffuser, and different elements in the car that transfer extra air effectively across the car. Many of those elements had been 3D printed by Stratasys’ associates like Rehovet, Israel, and Eden Prairie, Minn., U.S., together with the profitable first utility for a brand new toolless, carbon fiber wrapped sandwich core expertise.

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