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If you have a need for speed, learn how vehicle performance is being enhanced through 3D printed intake manifolds.
In 3D printed cars, usually the chassis is 3D printed. A German prototyping company went a step further: they 3d printed a functional working cylinder block. It’s even better than the real thing.
It's not as crazy as it sounds! Learn about some of the most sucessful 3D printed car projects, including about how long they took to make.
Ford, the American car maker, is using 3D printing to make improvements in its manufacturing process, specifically in the 2019 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 car model brake line which will now have two 3D printed brackets.
There's 3D printed cars, and then there's 3D printed radio-controlled cars. Now in its fifth year, the OpenRC project is more fun and accessible than ever.
Paying tribute to F1 racing legend Ayrton Senna, this 3D printed replica of his Mclaren F1 Car is truly a labor of love.
HRE Wheels has partnered with GE Additive to develop a 3D printed conceptual wheel made from titanium called the HRE3D+ wheel.
Additive technologies are now widely used in the automotive industry, but how exactly are carmakers utilizing 3D printing to improve their products? Find out how companies great and small are getting the most from Industry 4.0.
The automotive industry has always been on the lookout for faster prototyping and solutions for reducing the part's weight while retaining the structural strength. Here's a curated list of some of the best automotive 3D printing applications so far.
Classic car collector Giuseppe Guerini has combined his passion for 3D printing and Porsches by 3D printing a 1:4 scale Porsche 356 engine.
If you’re into car replicas, Maurizio Casella’s designs are just right for you. The collection of 3D printable classic cars has just been expanded with a notch models: The Jeep Wrangler. Ride on!
Jay Leno's Garage takes a spin in the world's first 3D printed environmentally friendly supercar: the Divergent Blade.
Ever wanted to build your own Chevrolet Camaro engine? Eric Harrell has proven that it can be done with just a 3D printer and some screws.
Okay, it’s pretty far out, but this shape-shifting graphene concept car with 3D printed tires could become a reality in 2030.
World's largest truck manufacturer Mercedes-Benz has a massive inventory of spare parts, and soon many of them will be 3D printed on demand.
The world's biggest 3D printed pen sculpture has been created by Nissan to celebrate the Qashqai Black Edition model's launch.
Designed specifically for self-driving cars, the Eagle-360 is a radical concept in future transport: a 3D printed car tire in the shape of a sphere.