Jaguar cuts costs

D. A. B
March 2006
Industrial Laser Solutions;Mar2006, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p4
The article features the new laser sintering technology used by Jaguar Cars Ltd. in developing luxury vehicles at its Whitley Engineering Centre in Coventry, England. The application of laser sintering enables the vehicle to get rid of constraints in design and overhead cost on tools and inventory. It directly makes plastic parts from computer aided design models thereby, reducing the cost needed as compared to doing the normal hard tool molding.


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