BMW announced that a start-up company with technology that uses three-dimensional printers to fabricate metal parts, has entered into a joint venture.
Desktop Metal, a start-up company with technology that uses three-dimensional printers to fabricate metal parts, has entered into a joint venture to allow rapid development of prototypes and parts for newly designed cars, the automaker BMW announced in a press release.
“Just as plastic has redefined rapid prototyping, metal 3D printing will make a profound impact on the way companies manufacture rapid prototypes and mass produce parts across all major industries,” Desktop Metal co-founder and CEO Ric Fulop stated in the release on Monday.
Desktop Metal, located in the US state of California, offers the potential for rapid design prototyping and printing top-quality auto parts for new car models, BMW said in the release. (PNA/Sputnik) LOR/SSC
more recommended stories
P53.23-M Incentive Up For Coco-Banana Intercropping
The Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA) has.
Fishpond Caretaker Rescues Osprey In Bulacan
An osprey (lawin), a kind of.
DICT Launches ‘Pipol Konek’ In Pampanga Town
The Department of Information and Communications.
Baguio’s 6th Safest SEA City Rank A Communal Effort: Mayor
The Summer Capital of the Philippines’.