Tuner 1016 Industries is working on a set of 3D printed parts for the McLaren 720S, marking an aftermarket world-first for this particular model. The new components will debut later this month, through the use of a state-of-the-art 3D printer. The company also used Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) in order to save substantial time in creating these very complex parts.
“Our focus for this project was exploring how we could employ 3D printing in the automotive world, and the results creating these McLaren 720S parts are impressive,” said 1016 Industries founder, Peter Northrop. “The 3D printing process has not only allowed us to manufacture faster and more efficiently, but we’ve also improved quality.” Read Also: 1016 Industries Lamborghini Huracan Evo Is Bathed In Forged Carbon Fiber “We’re very excited to show the world the very first 3D printed McLaren parts incorporated onto an operational 720S,” he concluded. It took […]
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