Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports, a premier competitor in the NTT IndyCar Series, has announced that it will be leveraging on Stratasys Fortus 450mc and F370 3D Printers to better match their extreme demands and high-performance environments, and raise their level of competition.
The Fortus 450mc which offers Nylon 12CF and ASA materials is capable of creating functional prototypes, product components, and rugged tooling that match demands for strength and stiffness of carbon-filled composite material. The F370 meanwhile delivers unmatched ease of use and reliability while ensuring the production of engineering-grade parts that come with supreme accuracy and repeatability.
Arrow SPM is always looking to push the boundaries of innovation to gain a competitive edge on the race track. and competitive racing is the ideal platform to demonstrate those capabilities. With a winning record in IndyCar for almost 20 years, the team is committed to being the best anytime.
By integrating Stratasys engineering-grade 3D printing technology, the Arrow SPM team is able to transform the typical manufacturing process by learning on race day and implement changes by the following weekend. From the design phase all the way to final production, the collaboration between the two companies will turn out to be not just a win-win situation in the workshop but also translate into better performance on the track.