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McLaren Formula 1 Racing Deploys Stratasys Additive Manufacturing to Improve 2017 Car Performance

Stratasys FDM and PolyJet being used to produce race-ready parts and manufacturing aids for new McLaren MCL32 race car

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F1 Testing Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya Barcelona Spain

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2017 Australian Grand Prix

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Jonathan Neale McLaren Technology Group COO and Ilan Levin, Stratasys CEO

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Jonathan Neale McLaren Technology Group COO

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Andy Middleton President Stratasys EMEA Image 2

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Andy Middleton President Stratasys EMEA

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Sealing plate to prevent hot air coming into the driver's cockpit & allowing the safe passage of the main car wiring harness to pass through the access hole, produced on a Stratasys J750 full color, multi-material 3D Printer

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Sealing plate to prevent hot air coming into the driver's cockpit & allowing the safe passage of the main car wiring harness to pass through the access hole, produced on a Stratasys J750 full color, multi-material 3D Printer

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Neil Oatley Design and Development Director McLaren Racing Limited

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A mock-up the car steering wheel with moving switches intended for prototype visualisation and customization for the driver, produced on a Stratasys J750 full color, multi-material 3D Printer

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The driver's radio wiring harness connector assembly boot, produced on a PolyJet-based Stratasys J750 3D Printer using rubber-like material

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Hydraulic line bracket for the McLaren MCL32 race car, 3D printed on a Stratasys FDM 3D Printer using Nylon12 CF material

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A mock-up of the car's steering wheel 3D printed to prove the concept before design upgrades, customized for the driver, produced on a Stratasys J750 full color, multi-material 3D Printer.

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Cooling fan duct mounting for the McLaren MCL32 race car, used during pit stop testing, produced on a Stratasys FDM 3D Printer using ABS material

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The driver's radio wiring harness connector assembly boot, produced on a PolyJet-based Stratasys J750 3D Printer using flexible material

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Composite layup tool for a McLaren MCL32 rear wing, produced on a Stratasys Fortus 900mc Production 3D Printer using ULTEM 1010 3D printing material

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Emergency cooling outlet duct for the McLaren MCL32 race car used during testing, produced on a Stratasys FDM 3D Printer using ABS material

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Sacrificial tool for a carbon fiber brake cooling duct for the McLaren MCL32 race car, 3D printed on a Stratasys FDM 3D Printer using ST-130 soluble material

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