• EDAG Motorcycle

    Where the boundaries between engineers and fans become blurred

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    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   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 - 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 - The next step after CFRP   The next step after CFRPCFRP is hip. No doubt about it, it is a current trend. More than any other material, it stands for brand values such as "innovative" or "sustainable" on...  

Into a wall at 350 kmph - Your contact for this subject   Your contact for this subject  

Into a wall at 350 kmph   Dr. Lukasz Lasek Head of CAE Neckarsulm E-Mail  

Agile prototyping - Agile prototyping   Agile prototyping  

Bat bike   When Sebastian Sturm, a member of the Motorcycle team at EDAG Munich, presents his innovative motorcycle concept to his friends, it is sure to meet with incredulous astonishment. Even experienced...  

Bat bike   "While I was still a student, I was already thinking about an alternative front wheel drive for motorcycles. I really didn't like the way the bike bucked during braking with the classic...  

Bat bike   When presented at the Aachen Colloquium, the new concept developed by "EDAG Motorcycle" in Munich met with enormous interest. And it has the additional attraction of being the fascinating...  

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