Daihatsu & Stratasys include the customer in the design process
If there’s one thing I know about our Community, it’s that you guys like designing cars. And engines. A lot. So when I saw that the Stratasys mothership had forged a partnership with Japanese automaker Daihatsu to create the first-ever automotive mass customization effort using 3D printing, it seemed like something you’d want to know about. Printing replacement parts (like a new grill, for example) is now very much a reality for Daihatsu owners. And if product parts don't blow your hair back, you can also print custom skins for whichever body panel you like. Pretty cool. Full article here.
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