Materials Engineering For The Automotive Sector

materials engineering and the automotive sector

The automotive sector is looking pretty good right about now as there could be a technological revolution on the horizon. Currently, most of the big names in the automotive sector are investing in technologies to develop autonomous, connected, electric cars and those enabling shared mobility (ACES).

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Building The Ultimate Supercar

T.50 Supercar
Image Source: Gordon Murray Automotive

In the world of motorsport, few names impress more than Formula One genius, Gordon Murray. If you haven’t been following the story, he is designing a supercar from scratch with unbelievable specifications.

The Gordon Murray T.50 looks stunning and a true representation of automotive engineering perfection. Said to be one of the most extreme and remarkable supercars ever created, it will push boundaries beyond imagination.

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Land Rover Defender Goes Electric

Twisted Land Rover Defender EV
Image credit: Twisted Automotive

Electric vehicles have been on everyone’s lips recently and for various reasons but the latest bit of industry news is somewhat ‘Twisted’. A Land Rover Defender modification specialist based in the UK, Twisted Automotive, has announced the production of a limited series of 30 electric Land Rover Defenders but only for export to the United States.

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Aluminium Fabrication And Specialist Finishing

aluminium fabrication

Aluminium fabrication can be described as the process of shaping different aluminium parts into a finished product. Several industries rely heavily on aluminium fabrication but none more so than building metal structures.

In this article, we will briefly cover elements of both – the aluminium fabrication process and specialist finishing.

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Advantages Of Structural Steel Fabrication

structural steel fabrication

The structural steel fabrication process is demanding and you should only consult experienced fabricators. An inexperienced company may not be able to perform the necessary tasks at the expected level which means they could compromise product viability and worker safety. 

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