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3D Printing in automotive

VSHAPER 3D Printing Technology supports the Automotive Industry.

Material selection plays a significant role in the automotive industry. VSHAPER 3D printers print with composite materials such as PA+CF (carbon fiber reinforced nylon) and PA+GF (glass fiber reinforced nylon), which are highly valued in the automotive industry. They perform well in this industry thanks to their temperature and chemical resistance as well as their unique physical properties.

3D Printing solutions for automotive:

Customers, who benefits from VSHAPER 3D Printing solutions

Recommended 3D Printers for automotive industry



Five-axis 3D printing is a definite way forward for the industry. Check out our solution that is changing the perspective on 3D printing possibilities!

5-axis 3D printing

High temperature materials processing


Automatic printing head change

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Industry FIVE AXIS pforessional 3D printer


A compact system of advanced 3D printing, designed for users who expect fast results while maintaining industrial standards.

Workspace 420x420x420mm

450°C printing temperature

Actively heated chamber

Heated, vacuum bed

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Industry VSHAPER 500 PRO professional 3D printer


A compact system of advanced 3D printing, designed for users who expect fast results while maintaining industrial standards.

Workspace 250x250x175mm

420°C - 3D printing temperature

Actively heated chamber

Heated, vacuum bed

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Industry VSHAPER 270 PRO 3D printer for professional use

The flexibility of 3D Printing gives a vast field to the design of automotive components.



Production line with 3D Printer

The tightly connected network of component manufacturers encourages manufacturers, often located on different continents, to look for solutions that guarantee the constant movement of the production line.

The priority here is to provide solutions and tools on time. The possibility of independent production of spare parts for production lines and individual adaptation of solutions without time-consuming and economically expensive service facilities allow you to solve specific problems at the time of their occurrence.

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automotive using 3D printed elements



Tooling with 3D Printers

The ability to Print tooling parts adapted to the new requirements gives manufacturers the confidence to eliminate any unnecessary downtime. At the same time, it guarantees, if necessary, a quick return to the production of components whose production has been suspended.

In general, the production of elements by 3D Printing drastically eliminates the amount of necessary tooling and reduces the lead time.

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3D printed tools in automotive



Small Lot Production with 3D Printer

The priority of production flexibility focused on a personalized product is not a problem for 3D Printing technology at all. The cost of production of a single printed element doesn’t change with a whole series, which means that 3D Printing is the technology that ignores the capital required to achieve the scale capital.

3D Printing eliminates the need for new tooling allowing direct printing of end parts.

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Car engine with 3D printed elements



Servicing with 3D Printed parts

3D Printing reduces service costs, by eliminating the demand for storage, production in advance (especially for discontinued, older products), and this decreasing after-sales logistics.

The time taken to carry out the service contains in the time it took to Print the part.

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3D printed parts in automotive repairs



Prototyping with 3D Prints

3D Printing extends the design possibilities by eliminating restrictions that prevent production while considering traditional methods.

This flexibility is advantageous in the production of products with non-standard functions, such as integrated electrical cabling (through hollow constructions), lower weight (through lattice constructions), and complex geometries that are not possible in a traditional production process. The result is a faster selection of the optimal solution and its application.

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Servicing elements 3D printed in automotive

We provide 3D Printing solutions for automotive companies

3D Printing plays an essential role in creating faster, safer, lighter, and more efficient vehicles of the future.

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less material needed to produce a single part

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lower production cost

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part weight and project implementation time are reduced

complex 3D printed models

Enhance the innovation of your venture by implementing 3D printing technology

Define business requirements and let us prepare an offer best suited to your needs.

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VSHAPER 3D Printing Case Studies

Read more about how 3D printing can be used effectively in industry, and learn about the value of 3D printing technology in various industries and applications.


3D printing in the food industry

Find out more about the 3D printing service in the food industry. Learn about the implementation of 3D printing at Frezmet, how 3D printing replaced the milling machine. What were the goals of the collaboration, what problems were encountered and how were they solved? Read now.

three matching 3D printed elements

VSHAPER meets high accuracy standards assuring the precise prototype dimensions.

VSHAPER solutions guarantee precise printing of individual elements that together form a functional mechanism. The precise 3d printout with given parameters requires mastered wisdom about FDM technology key aspects. Innovative VSHAPER solutions guarantee efficient control of settings of printing conditions and investigation of printed filament dynamics. The ability of precise 3d printing of individual elements of different […]

3d printer in production company

3D printing technology supports Fakro development.

The Fakro company which is present on polish and global markets, the worldwide leader in skylights and attic stairs production, joins to the list of VSHAPER  users – the producer of industrial 3D printers. In 2019 Fakro’s Development and Research department engineers decided to enrich their machinery park with a new industrial 3D printer. .

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