Electromobility, hybrid drives, resource efficiency, sustainability and digitization are initiating sustainable change in the automotive industry. The future will be determined by innovative companies that are able to follow these trends quickly. A development that will not only lastingly change tomorrow’s car, but also the way it is built. As a pioneer of the first hour in additive manufacturing, voxeljet offers high-performance solutions to drastically reduce flexibility and reaction time in production. Quite simply through the ability to easily change parameters in networked tool-less production. For example, to optimise drive components or change the interior. For quick updates or market-specific variants. For smart production that can adapt to customer requirements in the shortest possible time.

3D printed electric motor housing with fine details from voxeljet

Electric motor housing from the 3D printer

voxeljet 3D printing technology for producing cast parts for electric-mobility

Delage Type S

Reverse engineering of a racing engine block

The Binder Jetting technology keeps a classic car on the road

Brabus G900 with built-in compressor housing from voxeljet

Engine optimization with 3D printing

Vehicle technology manufacturer Lütgemeier increases flexibility and productivity using the voxeljet VX1000 3D printing system in order to supply the high-performance car tuning company Brabus

Oldtimer spare part for Imperia

3D Printing in Reverse Engineering

In the oldtimer sector, more and more spare parts are being manufactured without tools using modern measuring technology in combination with 3D printing.

3D component for a motor

3D printing and its applications for racing

3D printing provides racing with the ability to quickly complete innovation cycles.

3D Component separation for a motor

3D Printing and Motor Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing shortens product time in engine construction and offers faster innovation cycles for individual motor components.

3D printed prototype of a car from voxeljet

Prototyping for the automotive industry

A somewhat unusual project underscores the capabilities of additive manufacturing technology even beyond its classic areas of application.

Münch Mammut

Reverse engineering a Münch Mammut with 3D printing

The Münch 4 TTS (also known as the Münch Mammut) is one of the most sought-after motorbikes in the motorcycle scene.

Pedilio Soloar-Velomobil

Solar Velomobile Pedilio

Fast and cost-effective: 3D sand printing in mold construction for CFRP laminate parts and thermoforming

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