• EDAG Motorcycle

    Where the boundaries between engineers and fans become blurred

  • Indian community inspires towards more sustainability

    Why the Navajos use EDAG busses to protect the environment

  • Formula Student

    A case for EDAG

  • Additive manufacturing (3D printing)

    How the "EDAG Genesis" turned the automobile world upside down

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Into a wall at 350 kmph - CFRP - what it boils down to is "direction"   CFRP - what it boils down to is "direction"The nature of the great challenge that Lukasz Lasek and his team had to solve lay in the special properties of CFRP compared to materials such as steel or...  

Into a wall at 350 kmph   Get EDAG employee Lukasz Lasek from Neckarsulm to talk about his favourite subject, and his enthusiasm for high-end sports cars is unmistakable. As is his enthusiasm for driving them into walls at...  

Into a wall at 350 kmph - Nearly € 200,000 for a spaceframe with a difference   Nearly € 200,000 for a spaceframe with a differenceIn the present time, with unlimited cloud computing capacity, endless memory capacity and algorithms that can create complete worlds on the...  

The art of German engineering "Made in China" - or how German managers live with Chinese spirit   Mr. Ungemach reports from his own experience and explains that in China, German engineering brilliance is greatly valued: "In particular the quality of training in engineering in Germany is...  

The art of German engineering "Made in China" - or how German managers live with Chinese spirit - Language ability is no guarantee for understanding   Language ability is no guarantee for understandingSpeaking from personal experience, both of our new managers can confirm that, despite their attachment to the Chinese culture, there can still be...  

The art of German engineering "Made in China" - or how German managers live with Chinese spirit - Shanghai – the new chinese "Silicon Valley"   Shanghai – the new chinese "Silicon Valley"The second newcomer to EDAG, who is now to manage EDAG PS in China, also made a conscious decision to move his home - and everything in it - to China....  

What do bus seats, aircraft cabins and air guns have in common?   The third major project today involves the "giant of the skies", the Airbus A380: designers from Barcelona helped to design the stairway and handrails for the A380, which are now...  

What do bus seats, aircraft cabins and air guns have in common? - Why it is worth leaving your comfort zone   Why it is worth leaving your comfort zoneMarc Mateu sees the fact that, in addition to the vehicle manufacturers, the design team in Spain has such a varied customer base as a great opportunity:...  

One for all and all for one.   To look to the future, however, we need to do more than just evaluate a number of different focal points. CARNET has therefore set itself two further aims, apart from research: further education and...  

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