Tucci Hot Rods Uses 3D Printing for Custom Parts

Posted by Jim Teuber on 5/2/18 1:37 PM
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 Tucci Hot Rods uses 3D printing to create custom car parts for its vehicle modification projects.

The 3D printed parts can be made in a couple of hours and — after a bit of post-processing — and will be used as a final part on the custom cars.

3D printing allowed the shop to triple the speed of producing parts, while cutting the costs of production by 90%.

Watch the video to learn how Tucci Hot Rods used 3D printing to triple production speed and cut costs

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