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The Arrinera Hussarya supercar gets 3D printed parts

15 February 2017

Mirror caps and air vents – these are just some of the parts printed by OMNI3D for Arrinera Technology and its supercar, the Arrinera Hussarya.

Arrinera in Polish cities (Credit: Arrinera)

All models are printed at full scale, mostly with ABS-42 and are used as functional prototypes as well as final parts. Arrinera has been using OMNI3D’s Printroom services for over a year now.

Engineers working on the Arrinera Hussarya supercar were looking for an optimal solution for prototyping parts for the car. The design process requires the continuous improvement of elements, thus producing not one, but several prototypes of a particular part. Using traditional production methods takes more time and generates higher costs of production, especially when it comes to complex geometries and models larger than 40cm.

OMNI3D is the Polish manufacturer of the industrial 3D printer Factory Production System 2.0., and for a year now it has been offering 3D printing on demand services.

Printroom by OMNI3D specialises in large-format 3D printing using FFF technology. 

The company provides services for professionals who expect the highest quality and durability of printed parts. Prints are made on professional 3D printers – Factory 2.0 Production System. What distinguishes the company is the ability to print large components (up to 500mm in each axis) of durable thermoplastic materials, such as ABS-42, ASA-39, PC-ABS-47, PET-G-32 and HIPS-20. 

Video courtesy of OMNI3D.


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