Create A Custom Daihatsu Using 3D-Printed Car Parts

Create A Custom Daihatsu Using 3D-Printed Car Parts
Automotive

The Japanese car manufacturer allows owners to personalize the exterior of their vehicles at the click of a button

Yi Chen
  • 28 june 2016

Japan’s oldest car manufacturer,  Daihatsu, has turned to 3D-printing to offer mass-customization when it comes to automobile modifications. Last week, the automaker announced that Daihatsu Copen owners will have the opportunity to personalize the compact convertible with 3D-printed car parts.

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