2/10/2019

Carbon and Ford Expand Collaboration

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Carbon and Ford Motor Company have expanded their collaboration to design and produce several digitally manufactured, end-use parts using Carbon’s reliable printers, proprietary Digital Light Synthesis technology and innovative EPX 82 material.

Carbon and Ford Motor Company have expanded their collaboration to design and produce several digitally manufactured, end-use parts using Carbon’s reliable printers, proprietary Digital Light Synthesis technology and innovative EPX 82 material. The company’s material is said to be ideal for these parts, passing Ford’s performance standards and withstanding requirements such as interior weathering, short- and long-term heat exposures, UV stability, fluid and chemical resistance, flammability and fogging for the selected applications.

The digitally manufactured polymer parts that have been produced so far include the Ford Focus HVAD lever arm service parts, F-150 Raptor auxiliary plugs for a niche market and Mustang GT500 electric parking brake brackets. 

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