Jabil to provide 3D printed parts to Renault F1 team

By William Smith
Jabil, the Florida based manufacturing company, has announced an agreement with the Renault F1 team to develop and deliver 3D printed parts for its curr...

Jabil, the Florida based manufacturing company, has announced an agreement with the Renault F1 team to develop and deliver 3D printed parts for its current race car.

The demands placed upon the Renault R.S. 19, which is competing in this year’s Formula One World Championship, seem to be a natural fit for the strengths of 3D printing, namely reducing weight while maintaining strength. Jabil said that through their manufacturing network, Renault would be able to gain fast and efficient access to top quality parts.

Antoine Magnan, Head of Partnerships, Renault Sport Racing said: “Every single aspect of what we do is geared towards excellence. We look forward to taking advantage of Jabil’s growing ecosystem of certified materials, processes and machines to boost parts availability and overall productivity,”

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“We’re excited to be part of Renault F1 Team’s strategy to improve performance with additive manufacturing,” said John Dulchinos, vice president of digital manufacturing at Jabil. “Our ability to consolidate a global supply chain and scale qualified processes as needed will enable the production of chassis and on-car components in record time.”

The announcement came alongside news of developments in the company’s additive manufacturing network. Now with more than 200 3D printers from manufacturers such as Desktop Metal, EOS, Farsoon, HP and Ultimaker spread across the world, Jabil’s additive manufacturing capabilities are extended by the use of Jabil Engineered Materials, their custom polymer formulations and compounds.

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