3D printed bucket seat for Porsche.
3D printed bucket seat for Porsche. 3D printing helps in manufacturing parts to make desired shapes for Porsche. With the high purity metal powder using laser metal fusion process reducing the time. The honeycomb structure is making cars more soundproof inside.
As reported by Falk Heilfort, he is the project manager at the Porche powertrain advanced development department in Weissach,¨Lighter, more rigid, more compact: Porsche has produced its first complete housing for an electric drive using 3D printing. The engine-gearbox unit produced using the additive laser fusion process passed all the quality and stress tests without any problems. This proves that additive manufacturing with all its advantages is also suitable for larger and highly-stressed components in electric sports cars. It is conceivable that the optimized electric drive could be used in a limited-edition super sports car, for example.¨
Sales launch for innovative 3D-print bodyform full bucket seat.
Prototype for small-series production: electric drive housing from a 3D printer.
PORSCHE LAUNCHES NÜRBURGRING-TESTED 3D PRINTED BUCKET SEAT FOR THE BOXSTER, CAYMAN AND 911.
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3 thoughts on “3D printed bucket seat for Porsche.”
October 20, 2021 at 11:09 am
It was in our Sunday paper that ICON and their Vulcan II 3-D printer have delivered 24 of their 3-D houses to the U.S.
Just thought I’d mention it.
December 22, 2021 at 1:17 pm
Thank you so much, Mr.GP.
December 23, 2021 at 3:14 am