3D Printing has continuously evolved in the automotive industry in the past few decades. While previously it was used for making prototypes and checking the part fittings. Today, the 3d printing technologies have greatly advanced and robust. Technologies like SLA, SLS, FDM etc. have made printing complex and strong parts easier. Today, 3d printing has found its use in making new concepts and designs for demonstration purposes in the automotive industry. It is also widely used for making prototypes through rapid prototyping for testing purposes. It has also become easier to just print off the shelf and after market parts. With the help of 3D printing we can make prototypes for concept cars and test modules, old parts such car grills, headlight, taillight, hub caps, spoiler etc can be produced. In other words, customised parts can be printed and that too at very low prices.
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3D Scanning goes hand in hand with printing. It is a very popular technology for making highly accurate parts. Our 3D scanners provide a high accuracy of 0.04mm to 0.08mm. High accuracy and low costs help 3d scanning to grow in many sectors including automotive. You can use 3d scanning in reverse engineering, rapid prototyping and quality control of automotive parts. 3D Scanners can capture high accuracy 3d data of a part and this data can be transferred into a modelling software for proper designing or modifications.
CAD Drafting has revolutionized the world of design industry by making complex projects easier. It has helped in broadening the concept of designing and drafting thereby making them more accurate and easier. CAD software are extremely reliable for designing and visualization of automotive parts and components. CAD systems provide an easy environment for creating complex structures having numerous functional, operational, aesthetic and manufacturing constraints. These services provide an opportunity to shorten the design cycle. In the designs which are complex such as engines, streamlined bodies and metal sheet designs, where there are a large number of surfaces, the CAD systems efficiently offer great speeds so that the design gets completed in a short span of time. The CAD software improve the design quality; increase the accuracy of design analysis and precision of the design by reducing the number of errors. CAD models are used for accurate illustrations of sculptured surfaces, advanced calculations of mass and finite element analysis, injection moulding design and analysis.