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Nascar driver Brad Keselowski started a 3D printing company

Nascar was an early adopter of 3D printing because it enables their engineers to prototype faster, testing more design iterations to determine what makes the car go the faster. The drivers are often involved in the testing process and thus exposed to the wonders of 3D printing. Brad Keselowski got bit by the 3D printing bug at a young age and he’s now invested over $10 million to start an advanced contract manufacturing company in Statesville, North Carolina. Keselowski Advanced Manufacturing expects to initially serve aerospace, military, and oil and gas companies, with plans to expand into the medical field next year. Keselowski is the sixth-highest paid Nascar driver, and he won’t be quitting racing to run the additive manufacturing company. For that, he’s hired Steve Fetch, who previously worked as vice president of global quality for 3D Systems. The 70,000-square-foot facility has already been equipped with 3D printers […]


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