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TOURISTS TO REPORT ON TCI EXPERIENCE

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 07 Oct 2014 (Photo by Island Life & Times)- TOURISTS TO REPORT ON TCI EXPERIENCE as the National Tourism Strategy team will roll out an exit survey next week! Residents are encouraged to talk too; ideas on how to enhance tourism are also anticipated by KPMG, consultants for the project.The National Tourism strategy was announced by the Premier on September 11, 2014 and will culminate in a National Tourism Symposium November 4-5.Magnetic Media cameras will be roaming the islands in a search for ideas on tourism, TCI style! Recommended for you Beaches puts former Premier on blast about controversial pier Bishop says peace & prosperity is everybody’s responsibility at Law Enforcers Church Service Row over Grand Turk infrastructure reaches fever pitch in Parliament Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:National tourism, premier rufus ewing, Touristlast_img read more

Ford 3Dprinted the manifold for Ken Blocks 900hp F150 Hoonitruck

first_img This is the largest 3D-printed metal car part Ford Share your voice News • 2019 Ford Ranger recalled for improperly assembled seatbelts 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better Now playing: Watch this: 0 Review • 2019 Ford Ranger review: A midsize truck champ More about 2019 Ford Ranger More From Roadshow 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger valuecenter_img While 3D printing has been working its way into the industry mostly via plastic, 3D-printing metal objects is gaining popularity, too. BMW has already invested in the tech, and Bugatti used it to build a gnarly titanium brake caliper. HRE, an aftermarket wheel company, used 3D printing to assemble some of the wildest wheels I’ve ever seen, too.The build process for Block’s intake manifold took five days to complete, and if you’re interested in seeing how everything came together, be sure to check out Ford Performance’s video below. 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous Auto Tech Car Culture Preview • 2019 Ford Ranger: Bad mudder trucker 3D printing Ford 2:26 Tags Enlarge ImageThis is an aluminum monster, not to be confused with the other Aluminum Monster. Ford Ken Block has been doing wild stuff behind the wheel of Ford vehicles for years now, and one of his latest cars required him to lean on the manufacturer’s work in 3D printing.In the process of building his 900-plus-horsepower “Hoonitruck,” which stars in Block’s new Gymkhana 10 video, it was determined that they’d need a big, complex intake manifold to supply the truck’s twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 with air. Off-the-shelf solutions clearly wouldn’t be able to handle the air required to make all that power.Thus, Ford Performance came to the rescue. Working with Ford’s own engineers in Europe, as well as RWTH Aachen University in Germany, the team designed and 3D-printed an aluminum intake manifold that could handle the required volume of air. Ford claims it’s the largest 3D-printed metal part ever installed on a functioning vehicle. Post a commentlast_img read more