Automobile manufacturing has been stuck in an innovation rut. The auto industry is continuously introducing new technologies to improve the consumer experience, yet are still assembling vehicles using outdated methods. Manufacturers have seen an increase in demand for high-quality vehicles and will need to update their processes to accommodate consumer expectations.
And the winner of the $48 billion spending spree is the U.S.
When the dust settled after the Great Recession, the surging vehicle production caused serious concerns around insufficient supplier capacity. Continue reading “U.S. Leads the Way in $48 Billion Automotive Spending Spree”
Reportlinker’s market research study provides an analysis of the global automotive lighting system market, taking into account recent trends and growth in order to ascertain revenue estimates for the next five years. Continue reading “A Forecast of the Automotive Lighting System Market, 2015-2021”
Those in the new car developing business sector are eye witnesses of epic wars of will between designers and engineers, be it the Austin Allegro of Harris Mann or Roy Brown’s Edsel. Nowadays, it is even tougher.
What does color have to do with laser plastic welding? Everything. Especially if your consumer brand of audio earbuds is recognized globally by its distinctive shade of white, or if your customers expect classy, glossy black appointments on their luxury automobiles. The fact is, there are a lot of very cool things you can do with colors and other additives in the laser plastic welding process, especially in the automotive and consumer product industry – but many designers and engineers aren’t aware of these capabilities. We’ll enlighten you now about the plethora of possibilities and how we can help you add color to your product designs.