3D printing materials provider Lehvoss North America , part of the LEHVOSS Group of chemical companies operating under parent company Lehmann&Voss&Co. , announced that it is partnering up with Forward Engineering North America (FENA), a new division of global engineering and consulting firm Forward Engineering .
This collaboration between the two is for the purposes of supporting the automotive industry through Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM), helping to translate the performance characteristics of both 3D printed and injection molded components.
Forward Engineering’s particular specialty is helping to include cost-effective parts, made out of fiber-reinforced polymer composite materials, in serial mass-produced automotive structures. As Lehvoss is something of a materials expert , it makes sense for FENA to partner with the group in order to teach how DfAM can positively benefit automotive components. “Local support and bringing expertise around 3D printing together will create a […]
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