WilliamsF1 orders laser sintering systems

April 2006
Industrial Laser Solutions;Apr2006, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p7
The article reports that Oxfordshire, England-based WilliamsF1, one of the world's leading Formula One race teams, has ordered to EOSINT P 385 laser sintering systems from EOS Ltd., after six-month technical assessment of the technology. Williams demonstrated its intent to acquire additional machines over the next three years to fabricate components for new vehicles. It selected the system because it offers the best combination of build speed, quality and component size.


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