The Design Process, Moldmaking and Casting of a Concept Vehicle

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In this week’s video, Eric Strebel casts a series of concept car models and reminds us that industrial design often involves a lot of bodies. Here he shows you his part of the process, which also includes designer Brook Banham, modeler Claas Kuhnen and Joe Fournier’s Millennium Mold & Tool.

The project was done for the 2018 North American International Auto Show, and the object being made is “the Axalta Iris concept vehicle that was used to unveil their StarLite color of the year,” Strebel explains. “All of this work was done in Michigan, U.S.A. Even the polyurethane resin used for the casting was from a Michigan company.”


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