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Delphi Leverages the M1 for Prototyping and Final Part Production

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Delphi Leverages the M1 for Prototyping and Final Part Production
Delphi Leverages the M1 for Prototyping and Final Part Production
Delphi Leverages the M1 for Prototyping and Final Part Production
Delphi Leverages the M1 for Prototyping and Final Part Production
Automotive
Product Development
Factory Operations Visibility & Intelligence
As the automotive industry continues to tighten product development timelines, compressing design time in the supplier network has been the go-to model to achieve desired results. Traditionally, to successfully address the economics of part production, Delphi has used technologies like injection molding to deliver parts at scale. The cost of tooling development and time associated has limited part production to be focused on mass-production only.
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A hi-tech company developing safer, greener, and more connected solutions, Delphi designs, engineers and manufacturers a variety of components and integrated systems for the global automotive industry.
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Jerry and the team at Delphi have realized the potential impact of CLIP and Carbon’s ground-breaking materials to address these pressures and build new opportunities across the industry. Carbon’s product solution will allow Delphi to access new market categories for low and medium volume manufacturing runs. The company can leverage CLIP to produce end-use parts, product designers and engineers have new opportunities to explore the products they develop.
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IOT
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Mature (technology has been on the market for > 5 years)
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Time-to-market Efficiency - Engineers can start to re-design parts from the ground up without being constrained by the design rules associated with traditional manufacturing technologies.
Improved Detailed Printing - The resolution and gentleness of Carbon’s CLIP process make it possible to develop isotropic parts with smooth surface finishes, allowing product designers to address the necessary retention forces and engagement mechanism for these parts.
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