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    Do you want to own a 3D printed car in the future? Hope we can drive on
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    We usually go to some copy shops to print materials, drawings and photos. Of course, this is the most basic application of printing technology, and it stays in the two-dimensional plane range. But I don't know if everyone knows that in the last ten years, a very advanced emerging technology has emerged, which is "3D".

    In the beginning, we heard this three-dimensional, three-dimensional printing technology, and we felt very futuristic. But many people may not know it. 3D printing technology has developed very well. Print a building? That's right, the local tyrants in Dubai have done this, and now some people use 3D printing to go for a 1,200 horsepower supercar. 3D printed cars have gradually become a reality; I wonder if you have thought about it, what will happen when future cars are published?

    The Czinger 21C supercar just launched recently in the United States is completed by 3D printing technology. Every metal component inside is made of aluminum, titanium, and some alloy parts. It is manufactured by 3D printing technology and then assembled by robots.

    Please don't underestimate this supercar because it is completed by 3D printing technology. According to relevant news, the performance of this 21C supercar is very superior, with a super performance of 1.9S 100km acceleration and hybrid horsepower at 1200. More than a horse and this supercar were initially planned to meet everyone at the Geneva Motor Show. However, everyone also knows that with the impact of the epidemic during this period, major car manufacturers have canceled such activities, so the appearance of this supercar has also been postponed, which is still worth looking forward to.

    In the continuous research and application of 3D printing technology, I believe that soon, although it may not be a car, some products or parts of 3D printing will be industrialized. Therefore, in addition to 3D printing technology, the research and application of 3D printing materials should also be Keep up with the needs of technology to achieve the perfect combination.

    As one of the world's largest manufacturers of 3D printing materials, Trunnano mainly develops and produces titanium-based alloys, nickel-based alloys, aluminum-based alloys, iron-based alloys, and cobalt-based alloy printing materials. These are essential raw materials for industrial production. If you are interested, please contact Dr. Leo, Director of Trunnano International Marketing Department, email: brad@ihpa.net.