IIs your job designing functional components with extreme performance? Manufacturing them without errors is our job
Engineers of the highest competition in Motorsport already find in ZARE the specialist technological partner for the production of definitive and functional elements through additive manufacturing. Exclusive materials and industrial plants are at your disposal to win every competition.
The work of those who only race to win
When a passion for vehicles and design turns into the job of designing the next single-seat car, one of the key factors in the success of the enterprise is building a team.Determination, clear and shared objectives and, obviously, the highest level of technical expertise are essential in order to race and win!
- Scrupulous planning of activities;
- Continuous testing of the materials to ensure that the mechanical characteristics remain unchanged across different production runs;
- Direct relationships with the manufacturers of industrial additive manufacturing systems: no intermediaries between you and those creating future technologies.
Your team will be a winner if it combines the desire to come first with a rigorous and organised working method.
Don't make the mistake of choosing someone who is not making the most of the possibilities offered by additive manufacturing technology.
Exclusive materials for maximum performance on the trackWINDFORM® XT 2.0 is the next-generation carbon fibre-reinforced polymer material developed by CRP TECHNOLOGY. We have strong links to the CRP group, with which we have entered into a strategic alliance, and we are one of the few companies in the world able to sinter WINDFORM® XT 2.0 internally.
WINDFORM® XT 2.0 is perfect for extreme applications such as structural aerodynamic components or moulds for light fibre lamination
FLEXSINTER is a polymer which simulates the characteristics of rubber. It is heat resistant up to 200°C and is ideal for containing fluids.
SCALMALLOY® is a material which combines the lightness of aluminium with a level of strength approaching that of titanium. The powder is produced and distributed by APWorks from the Airbus group, and is ideal for motorsport applications such as lightened structures and brackets, taking advantage of additive manufacturing design, as well as fixing brackets for flaps and other aerodynamic components.
The ULTEM range of materials, including ULTEM 1010 and ULTEM 9085, is composed of certified self-extinguishing and chemical-resistant plastics. The material's characteristics allow FDM technology to be included among the candidates for the production of race components.