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HRE Wheels Attends: RAPID + TCT

May 22nd, 2019

Since its inception nearly 30 years ago, RAPID + TCT has been the leader in additive manufacturing conferences and expositions. Made up of a community of over 200,000 people, the RAPID + TCT event combines decades of 3D technology insights and experience from the additive manufacturing industry. 

With 3D printing technology catching up quickly to the eagerness of our imagination, the line between possible and impossible is finally blurring, while HRE Wheels is wasting no time in laying down the groundwork for the years to come. The second generation of the HRE3D+ is the second step of that journey, debuting in Detroit, MI at RAPID + TCT 2019 on the breathtaking 2019 Ford GT to a more than warm welcome.

Grabbing quite the attention in its Viola Parsifae paint color, the Ford GT was the main attraction at the GE Additive booth, HRE Wheels’ partners in the development and execution of the HRE3D+. While on display, event visitors had a chance to give a closer look at the new generation of HRE3D+ and its impressive fine details and compare it to its previous generation, side by side.

HRE Wheels President and CEO, Alan Peltier, gave educational presentations to event visitors and industry peers, discussing in detail the goals and accomplishments of the HRE3D+ project.

Attendees also had the opportunity to learn about the manufacturing and design processes involved in the additive industry altogether, with examples of various types of 3D printing in an even more varied sampling of applications, from aerospace to prosthetic limbs, tools, and even internal combustion engine parts.

We’d like to thank our partners at GE Additive for their support and involvement in the HRE3D+ project, and for helping HRE Wheels innovate and explore the future of wheel manufacturing. 

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