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Some pictures from 3D Engineers – Chateau Impney Seminar

Stuart Brown of 3D Engineers gave a fascinating talk on 20th March at the SAHB Chateau Impney Spring Seminar – showing how the use of 3D scanning, linked to 3D printing of parts, or patterns for casting, can greatly simplify the manufacture of replacements to keep veteran, vintage and classic cars on the road.

He also showed us a recent project where 3D scanning enabled a client to create a brand new sports car – in the style of the 1950s.

Stuart has very kindly sent us some pictures from his presentation, and we are pleased to show them here.

Anyone wanting this sort of help with recreating a fragile part, or creating an entire car from an idea, can contact him on:

info@3dengineers.co.uk

His website is www.3dengineers.co.uk

 


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