News : Bugatti’s 3D-printed titanium brake caliper
Bugattis 3-D Printed Titanium Brake Caliper is grabbing lot of attention these days.Why let’s see below.
- New eight-cylinder monobloc brake caliper is the world’s first brake caliper to be delivered by 3-D printer.
- Additionally biggest brake caliper in the car business all in all.
- Bugatti is the primary arrangement producer to utilize titanium, a material calling for to a great degree unpredictable and test handling.
- Overall advancement is the consequence of collaboration between the Bugatti Development Department and Laser Zentrum Nord in Hamburg.
- French super speed vehicle mark achieves new achievement being developed of 3-D printing as a future-situated innovation.
- As the specialized improvement lab of the Volkswagen Group, Bugatti drives the path in 3-D printing and is an overall advancement driver.
- 3-D printed parts to be trialed for arrangement generation this year.
- Experience picked up to be utilized in innovative work activities of the Volkswagen Group and its brands.
“Vehicle development is a never-ending process. This is particularly true at Bugatti,” says Frank Götzke, Head of New Technologies in the Technical Development Department of Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. “In our continuing development efforts, we are always considering how new materials and processes can be used to make our current model even better and how future vehicles of our brand could be designed.”
“As our performance data are often at the physical limits, we are especially demanding,” adds the 48-year-old machine tool and production technician, who holds a degree in engineering. “This is why Bugatti always goes at least one step further than other manufacturers in the development of technical solutions.”
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Götzke has worked for the Volkswagen group for more than 22 years. He joined Bugatti in 2001 and played a key role in the development of the Veyron as Head of Chassis Development and in the development of the Chiron in his current position.
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