You shouldn't make yourself look so stupid by quoting Motley you Fool.
Renault F1 Team’s Advanced Digital Manufacturing (ADM) Center, located in Enstone, England, concentrates on Formula 1 design and low-run production parts for the Renault F1 Team car. The Renault F1 Team and 3D Systems became partners in 1998. Renault began using the SLA® 5000 System to develop
prototypes of components with a size-fit test function, gradually expanding the use of solid imaging technology from rapid prototyping to manufacturing of wind tunnel models and leading to the direct manufacturing of production parts for testing and racing. In 2001, the first SLA® System parts were fitted into a race car. The ADM Center, opened at the Renault F1 Team Technical Center in 2002, now has five SLA® 7000 Systems, two Sinterstation® HiQ™ SLS® Systems that produce car parts, one
Sinterstation® Pro SLS® System and one Sinterstation® Viper™ Pro SLA® System.
The size of the print bed limits their capability compared to XONE. Again, XONE is a pure industrial play. This is why XONE has customers like Ford, Caterpillar, Deere, and Boeing. SSYS is more advanced than DDD for sure.