"Motorsports is such a competitive industry that if you are slow in bringing something to the track, you fall behind, and once you fall behind it's almost impossible to catch up," said Dan Walmsley, engineer and team principal for Strakka Racing.
British motor racing team strakka has tied up with Stratasys to bring 3d printed parts in real auto car race. Components likes of the front dive planes, the air intake, and many more interior parts, these parts are lighter but stronger than what they have expected.
Right now they taking a shot at automaton correspondence that is the place an automaton can converse with an alternate automaton and knows where are in the territory, at this stage they are just creating. For the future, automatons will just get more quick witted and littler and will do stuff we can't envision now.
The UK-based film master FBFX Ltd has expanded its business since utilizing 3d printing engineering as a part of house. Stipend Pearmain, FBFX Managing Director said that 3d printing permits them to take 3d information and rapidly 3d print a model for their clients to hold in their grasp and roll out configuration improvements if fundamental. While a conventional model-producer could regularly take weeks to deliver models with complex geometries, in any case, equipped with an advanced tool compartment, FBFX could rapidly make a 3d CAD document and 3d print a model in simply various hours utilizing 3d printers.