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Brose goes Additive – series production of plastic parts in the automotive industry

As the fourth largest family-owned automotive supplier in the world, the Brose Group holds a prominent position in the industry. Specializing in drive technologies and vehicle components, the company embraced additive manufacturing early on. With a focus on innovative trends, Brose participated as the inaugural member of the VX1000 HSS beta programme, which offers a high-performance printer for the series production of plastic parts from voxeljet.

In this webinar, Maximilian Fischer – Additive Manufacturing Technologist at Brose Group, offers an overview of the 3D printing realm in a leading supplier. He concentrates on additive series production, emphasizing the VX1000 HSS produced by voxeljet.

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About the speaker

Maximilian Fischer

Maximilian Fischer started his career at Brose more than a decade ago as a mechatronics engineer apprentice. He then completed his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering at Coburg, where he gained involvement with additive manufacturing technologies. While his main focus is selective laser melting (SLM), he also demonstrates his expertise in polymer 3D printing in this webinar.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • Key parameters for additive mass production of plastic components.
  • Material development's significance in the automotive industry.
  • Why Brose picked voxeljet's VX1000 HSS.
  • The company's experience curve with VX1000 HSS up to now.
  • Brose's suggested applications for additive manufacturing.

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