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Tucci Hot Rods Uses 3D Printing for Custom Parts

3D printing technology allowed the shop to triple the speed of producing parts, and cut production costs by 90%.

Watch the video below to see how Tucci Hot Rods is using 3D printing to create custom car parts.
Watch the video below to see how Tucci Hot Rods is using 3D printing to create custom car parts.


Tucci Hot Rods uses Ultimaker 3D printers to create custom car parts for its vehicle modification projects.

The 3D printed parts can be made in a couple of hours and — after a bit of post-processing — and will be used as a final part on the custom cars.

3D printing technology allowed the shop to triple the speed of producing parts, while cutting the costs of production by 90%. 

Ultimaker has been in operation since 2011, and over the years has grown to become a market-leader; creating powerful, professional and accessible desktop 3D printers.

With offices in the Netherlands, New York, and Boston, plus production facilities in Europe and the US, Ultimaker’s team of over 300 employees continually strives to offer the highest-quality 3D printers, software, and materials on the market.

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