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Nascar continues embrace of 3D printing with Next Gen Stratasys partnership

The new 3D windshield duct printed on the SAF powered Stratasys H350 3D printer (Credit: Stratasys)

US stock rack racing series takes its most significant step yet in its embrace of additive manufacturing by partnering with Stratasys to produce the first-ever 3D-printed production parts to be featured across all Nascar Next Gen cars. Bob Williams reports.

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