Leavine Family Racing, has selected the MakerBot METHOD X 3D printing system to produce a number of car parts. MarketBot has been chosen for its broad portfolio of advanced materials and thermoplastics available for both rapid prototyping and final parts. METHOD has been chosen for its capacity to print at high temperatures.
The PAL-V Liberty is officially the world’s first flying car to be street legal! The flying car recently passed the European road admission tests. The PAL-V’s hybrid composite chassis is made of carbon fiber body composites.
The CarE-Service project is aimed to face current and future challenges towards the transformation from traditional fuel cars to Electric (EV) and Hybrid (HEV) vehicles. The project proposal aims at demonstrating innovative business models entailing the re-use, remanufacturing and recycling of some key components of E&HEVs. The topic will be deepened in a dedicated webinar on December 9th.
The Italian company collaborated with Romeo Ferraris on the design and production of the new all-electric car: Alfa Romeo Giulia ETCR. Together they achieved performance, aesthetics and aerodynamics in the carbon fiber bodywork to compete in the Pure ETCR 2021.
Marelli was awarded by Altair, a company specializing in technology, and by the Center for Automotive Research, with the Enlighten Award 2020, for having designed an Advanced Sheet Compression Molded Suspension Steering Knuckle.
Pagani Automobili has created the 100th model of the family that shuts down production of the limited series of the Pagani Huayra Roadster. The latest Huayra Roadster is a jewel made of carbon fiber and many details that make it the most unique piece of all.
LyondellBasell, Rehau, TU Chemnitz and Eschmann Textures have developed a bumper component for BMW that combines lightness and surface quality.
Composites made of natural fibers are lighter than glass fiber and more environmentally friendly, but their sensitivity to moisture and the weak bond with the polymer matrices may hinder their opportunities for growth.
The Car industry, nowadays, is turning its attention to electrics. Within this context, CMS Advanced Materials Technology is a key player in the creation of battery pack compartments.
La strategia di Automobili Lamborghini per la sostenibilità ambientale: il riciclo del carbonio – Scuola Estiva Materiali Compositi
La Scuola estiva materiali compositi prenderà il via dal 15 al 17 settembre in 3 sessioni pomeridiane online attraverso la piattaforma “Compositi Live Webinar”.
La Scuola è rivolta a tecnici e progettisti, ricercatori, studenti che desiderano approfondire le proprie competenze su proprietà, tecnologie di processo, progettazione e nuove applicazioni. Qui di seguito l’abstract dell’intervento dal titolo “La strategia di Automobili Lamborghini per la sostenibilità ambientale: il riciclo del carbonio” che terrà Roberto Cicalò, Automobili Lamborghini.