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Automotive engineers can quickly identify solutions to reduce mass while maintaining performance standards, meeting design goals, and respecting constraints.
Evaluate multiple manufacturing methods using generative design to improve and optimize automotive component durability and eliminate areas of weakness.
Explore more solutions that allow you to consolidate complex automotive components into solid parts, reducing assembly costs and simplifying your supply chain.
Meet your sustainability goals by using generative design for lightweighting parts, reducing production waste and helping select more sustainable materials.
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Using generative design technology with 3 and 5-axis milling, BAC created one of the lightest wheels in the world. Read story
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General Motors achieves 40% weight savings on new seat belt bracket with generative design and 3D printing. Read story
April 28th - 29th, 2021
Register now for the Automotive Innovation Forum. Join senior business executives and subject-matter experts discussing major shifts, trends, and innovations facing the automotive industry.
Lightweighting components is an increasingly important design goal for improved performance and sustainability. In this webinar, we discuss how generative design can be used as a powerful tool for lightweighting and how one company, Briggs Automotive Company, is doing so today.