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Ford's new Stratasys 3D printer has the company dreaming big

Innovative tool puts sideways spin on additive manufacturing and promises quicker car development.

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  • Ankush Nakshathram
    March 6, 2017


  • Neojhun
    March 6, 2017

    When they print Metal Alloys on this scale, yikes a lot of industry will need to change. Metal Sintering methods have already built smallish Rocket Boosters.

  • PGTMR2
    March 6, 2017

    3D auto body repair? Parts available for any Ford model forever?

  • hellcat1988
    March 6, 2017

    This style of printing might enable them to print a tub with inserted metal structural reinforcement but top down printing might be better for that style of manufacturing. It'll be interesting to see what the manufacturers go with in the future, but I'm fairly sure we'll all be driving printed cars in 20-50 years.

  • FastLikeUNO
    March 6, 2017

    This is really good, but I feel like larger parts are best done from the ground up, literally. I feel like this is just another WAY of making parts but mostly smaller parts in the dash.

  • @0:38 – more like Henry Ford rolling in his fucking grave. He was all about JOBS for the people of Michigan. How is this going to provide jobs? Cleaning up the plastic that falls on the floor?

  • Drunken Hamster
    March 10, 2017

    That last line about customizing cars leads me to believe that one day, automakers will just have platforms and sizes to choose from with different levels of tech and interior choices and materials, and the customers can completely make their own cars from there, or even choose from other designs.

    THAT, my friends, would be THE SHIT!

  • MoonRaker
    March 25, 2017

    Don't quite understand the need to print on the side, when you can print in any orientation just by manipulating the 3D software model to rest on its side. I just don't see how this is an advantage. Perhaps someone can help enlighten me on this.

  • Michael D
    July 22, 2018

    Man that's very cool

  • InspGadgt
    December 26, 2018

    Boeing is already 3d printing some of it's production parts.

  • DanielAMD David
    January 25, 2019

    my dream! I would love to have a metal and plastic one to serve better my town!! in a future I hope have them in my workshop!

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