For many large car companies, FDM 3D printing is becoming a viable solution to improving the look and the feel of their vehicles. Specifically, it is the internal components; air conditioning nobs, buttons and the dash itself that typically will impress upon the customer a feeling of quality, or the opposite.
With Fused Deposition Modelling, car companies are utilising less resources, saving more time and finances, and producing more sound, quality products.
Driving the industry forward has never been easier than with the help of advanced 3D printing technology.
Case Study: FDM
Consumers judge the quality of a vehicle on many factors, but none is more important than component fit and finish. Using rapid prototypes, Hyundai Mobis evaluates the smallest details to ensure the fit conveys a sense of quality.Download
Case Study: Motorsport - End use part
Since its inception in 2003, Triple Eight Race Engineering has grown to become one of the largest and most successful motor racing teams in Australia. The team has dominated the country’s premier motorsport, winning the V8 Supercars Championship six times – an international touring car racing championship that draws crowds of over 150,000 spectators and several million TV viewers.Download
Case Study: Champion Motorsport - Soluble Cores
Champion Motorsport’s legacy in auto racing includes a win at the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans and five straight American Le Mans Series LMP1 championships: two as a private team and three as an Audi Sport North America factory team.Download