Force India teams up with 3D Systems 4 January, 2013 Jan.4 (Press Release) Sahara Force India Formula One Team is pleased to announce the signing of a technical partnership with 3D Systems Corporation, a leading supplier of 3D content-to-print solutions. The multi-year deal strengthens the relationship between the two organisations allowing Sahara Force India to fully exploit its existing 3D Systems machinery and reduce the manufacturing time of wind tunnel model components. Dr Vijay Mallya, Team Principal and Managing Director of Sahara Force India: “We’ve been working with 3D systems as a customer for many years, so we are delighted to forge stronger links with a company that is the market-leader for rapid prototyping technology. We use their technology on a daily basis to manufacture wind tunnel model components and this new relationship will hopefully allow us to get performance to the car faster.” “We are excited to launch this technical partnership with the first ever Indian Formula One team,” said Kevin McAlea, Senior Vice President and General Manager of 3D Production Printers, 3D Systems. “The opportunity to partner with emerging innovators like Sahara Force India provides tangible customer benefits that extend well beyond motorsports.” Tweet Related NewsPerez says Force India 2015 deal is a priorityHulkenberg confirmed by Force India for 2015Perez: In future when there is a tractor we need a safety carForce India preview Russian Grand PrixForce India and Caterham using Toyota wind tunnelForce India: A fantastic result in an eventful raceForce India: We were expecting to be higher up the gridForce India: We are looking forward to qualifyingForce India: We have all to play forForce India: We have our work cut out Dan Haggerty They need to print a 3D driver now. The Pessimist Apart from Fisichella and Hulkenburg all other drivers who drove for Force India till date were a bunch of buffoons with Jules Bianchi the biggest of them all who’s got Ferrari backing him for a formula one seat which he richly does not deserve.