Re: 3D-printed car parts
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Re: 3D-printed car parts




Yes this may be the way of the future. I've already had several parts made for a model ship that I'm building. It looks like the only way for me to go make the rocker panel molding clips for the '63 Sport Fury rocker panel moldings since I can't find them anywhere after several years of searching.

Nick Tiberio
FuryUs63


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Subject: 3D-printed car parts


This article is about 3D-printed car parts in manufacturing, but it is not a stretch to think about the ability of future 3D printers to make new parts for older cars too, like 1962 to 1965 Mopars. Surrogate NOS stock, so to speak.

http://arstechnica.com/cars/2016/10/cheaper-faster-lighter-3d-printed-car-parts-are-now-a-thing/

Gary H.

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