ford 3dprint wheellocksClick image to enlargeFord has partnered with 3D printing developer EOS to 3D print serial production versions of customized, individual locking wheel nuts that prevent tire theft.

The EOS M 290 3D printer uses StainlessSteel 17-4PH material. The 3D printed nuts prevent wheel and tire theft by using a unique biometric signature based on the car owner’s recorded voice.

Fabricating Automation: Prima Power Customer Profile Wood Stone Corp.

Fabricating Automation: Prima Power Customer Profile Wood Stone Corp.

Aerospace manufacturing at Bombardier

Aerospace manufacturing at Bombardier

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Automating fabrication to increase manufacturing efficiency.

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