The team of the Politecnico di Milano wins the latest Magneti Marelli's Hackathon
Italian automotive components manufacturer Magneti Marelli has turned to Milan’s TheFabLab to make 3D printing more accessible in the latest hackathon that the company organised during Italy’s most important Motor Show, which was held in Bologna this past week.
The competition took place from 10 am to 5pm on December 10th and tested the ability of the participants to implement the use of digital production systems, including 4 desktop NG 3D printers provided by Sharebot. The students from the universities of Milan, Bologna, Turin and Brescia presented their project and the winner was the team of the Politecnico di Milano.
At the following link, an article dealing with the competition is available.