During the racing season, teams like Penske compete on and off the track by adding innovative features to their cars to push the limits of performance in search of a win. The same is true for all businesses, even if you're not flying around an oval at 150mph.
But, what does that mean for companies outside of the racing game?
It means that adopting the right technology to fuel rapid product development cycles is critical for business success. One technology that stands above others for its ability to handle fast-paced iterative design cycles is 3D printing. In this white paper, you'll learn how winning teams like Penske Automotive have leveraged 3D printing to see success on the track and in their consumer product divisions.
In this white paper you will learn:
- How Penske uses 3D printing across their design scheme.
- How 3D printing can make product assembly easier with rapidly produced jigs and fixtures.
- How 3D printing can help with composite tooling.