The design for the tailpiece was inspired by the front grille of a 1937 Delahaye 135MS Roadster. Two versions of this part were created, one was printed using additive technology while the other utilized a mix of 3D printing and traditional methods. This project illustrates how 3D printing processes can enhance traditional fabrication processes to create parts that are better suited for end-use than traditional processes alone.
Car Photo By Rex Gray [Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic]
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|SLS / / Two-day||SLA / / Next-day|
|FDM / / Next-day||DMLS / / Three-day|
|PolyJet / / Same-day||MJF / / Two-day|
30 Second Quotes
Prototype Tool / / As soon as 10 days
10K Parts / / 10 days
Production Tool / / As soon as 3 weeks
3 & 5 Axis Milling & Turning
(Plastics, Composites and Metals)
Tolerance Accuracy Range
from +/-0.001″ to 0.005″
Injection Molding Adjacent
without High Costs of Metal Tools
Most Commonly Used for High-Volume
Prototyping & Bridge to Production
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