If you want to stay ahead of the competition, you have to be fast. With production times dropping and expectations rising, accelerated product development has never been more important. From additive manufacturing to rapid machining, this is the zone where you can discover the tools to get things done faster and more efficiently.
Accelerate - September 2013
Molding and Materials
Let’s face it: when it comes to vehicle development from here on out, the likelihood that there will be a single material that pretty much handles all aspects of the construction of the structural and/or exterior aspects of that car or truck is about on par with Katy Perry giving up her Twitter account.
Lincoln Continental’s Light Touch
Lincoln is making another move to help differentiate its products in the luxury market, this time for the forthcoming 2017 Continental sedan, taking a cue from a successful technical implementation first used on its MKC crossover.
Sit on a Citroën
One of the more-clever functional vehicle design elements that has appeared in some time was launched back in 2014 on the Citroën C4 Cactus, the Airbump that’s affixed to the body sides and bumpers of the car.