• Opel uses Stratasys 3D printed manufacturing tools to attach production parts to its renowned 'Adam' car - including roof spoilers, glass roofs and the iconic lettering on the rear windows
  • Using its fleet of Stratasys FDM 3D Printers, the car manufacturer can 3D print assembly tools in less than 24 hours ready for use on the production line
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"This is where Dassault Systèmes' 3DEXPERIENCE platform and the industry solution experiences portfolio can play a pivotal role, by providing one unified, digital platform with specialized applications to help companies minimize risks and costs, automate knowledge, facilitate changes and optimize overall performance."

Victorious: The cooling jackets for the electric motors were produced with Additive Manufacturing (courtesy of GreenTeam, Stuttgart University).

  • Improved Cooling Thanks to Aluminum Jacket with Internal Helix-Structure Produced with Additive Manufacturing
  • Leading the Pack – Race Car with Water-Cooled Electric Motors Brings Students a Place on the Podium

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