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Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Condition:New Part Brand:Arctic Cat MPN:0411-298 Manufacturer Part Number:0411-298 Brand:Arctic Cat UPC:N/A

Arctic Cat ATV Decal, Dark Green / White 

Arctic Cat part number 0411-298

 

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Win a special McLaren goodie bag

Mon, 07 Mar 2011

CAR is giving away a fantastic framed drawing of the 12C, and a stunning encyclopedia of McLaren’s cars, to celebrate the launch of Britain’s new supercar. You’ll also get a copy of CAR’s March issue, featuring our 15-page 12C first drive review, signed by McLaren Formula 1 driver Jenson Button. Click on this link to enter the prize draw now.

Bentley uses 3D printing to prototype new designs [w/Video]

Tue, 17 Sep 2013

3D printing is changing the way the world makes things by helping people of all disciplines to enhance and refine their ideas cheaply, quickly and effectively.  Bentley is the latest carmaker to utilize the technology to fabricate and prototype different parts to see how they'll look and work on the finished design. Using 3D printers, designers can produce parts from the exterior and interior such as the grille, tires, headlamps and door handles as well as combine different types of contrasting materials, ranging from hard plastics to rubbers of different tensile strengths.  The technology allows the user to create a solid 3D object straight from a digital model by printing layers of material on top of each other. This process rapidly decreases the delivery time, as parts can be printed overnight, and allows designers to be more creative in their ideas because of the reduced cost. Bentley isn't the first carmaker to use 3D printing technology. Audi announced last year it was beginning to prototype vehicle parts using 3D printers.

SPD offers scholarships for autumn program with Volkswagen Group

Wed, 10 Aug 2011

The Scuola Politecnica di Design is giving away eight scholarships for its autumn program in collaboration with the Volkswagen Group. The scholarships are aimed at students with degrees in transportation or car design, automotive engineering or equivalent degrees that show a high level of potential. The successful eight students will be given scholarships and will begin their studies at the Milan-based SPD on October 24. The awarding of the scholarships will be decided by a ‘motivational interview', an evaluation of the student's portfolio and the submission of a conceptual project assignment, with the election process being conducted jointly by the SPD and Volkswagen.