Automotive Industry

There has been a huge change in the way auto industry has been viewing the concept of 3D printing. Automobile industry is now beginning to take 3D Printed car parts seriously. 3D printing is now emerging as a practical alternative for low-volume automotive production. Additive manufacturing also has numerous implications for the automobile business. Tools and dies need to be created to produce early prototypes of parts, often repeatedly as engineers try to get new parts to meet design specifications.

By building durable concept models, prototypes, tooling and low-volume end-use parts in-house, automotive engineers and designers can work more iteratively, test more thoroughly and move confidently into production.

Formula student teams in India are widely using 3D Printing for manufacturing Air Intake Systems, Steering wheel, knuckles.