Even if you weren’t a big “Tonight Show” fan, you are probably aware the Jay Leno loves cars—and especially the classics.
He has been connected to 3D printing before, but now he is going big in a partnership with his Big Dog Productions and Stratasys Direct Manufacturing.
Stratasys will be offering access to FDM 3D printers as an extension of the Stratasys’ Performance Partner Program just launched in October.
The goal is to use additive manufacturing processes to further empower:
- Competitive auto racing
- Classic vehicles
- Next-generation aviation
Leno, both a long-standing comedian and television host, also leads Big Dog Productions, along with CNBC’s “Jay Leno’s Garage.” His interest in 3D printing has already led him to use the technology and digital inventory for performing tests on the road, refurbishing of classics, and retrofitting. The superstar currently possesses 169 cars and 117 motorcycles. He is also the owner of […]
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