3D printing can save time and money. Chevy has raced 80,000 miles on 3D printed parts. According to Autoweek, the IndyCar program uses a 3D-printed exhaust, “which helps eliminate failure points in traditionally manufactured components while increasing design freedom and reducing costs.”
Camaro ZL1 1LE for the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series has the ability to rapidly change out body panels between runs saved over $100,000 in wind tunnel time.
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