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NASCAR's am Edge: A Stratasys Case Study of End-use am Parts Enhancing Quality, Competition, and Safety at 200 MPH

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Conference Abstract: Not just for prototypes anymore, Stratasys Performance Partner NASCAR has implemented an additive manufacturing strategy leveraging multiple technologies that is helping NASCAR engineers quickly bring safer, more consistent, parts to its teams and drivers.

With the goal of ever closer competition, NASCAR mandated certain component assemblies be identical between teams while also controlling the design and manufacture of these assemblies.

Join NASCAR Director of Competition Partnerships Robert Duvall and Stratasys Senior Applications Engineer Allen Kreemer to learn how NASCAR has adopted Stratasys AM technologies to support R&D as well as production of the next gen chassis for the Monster Energy Cup Series.

From prototype testing to production parts, NASCAR is relying on AM to deploy changes to its chassis standard. With support from Stratasys Application Engineers and Stratasys Direct Manufacturing (SDM), production parts are designed, evaluated, manufactured and installed on all cars completing in the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series.
  • Allen Kreemer
    Senior Strategic Application Engineer
  • Bob Duvall
    Managing Director - Competition Partnerships