October 9, 2019 Tamara

Power of 3-D Printed Parts

You may have seen it yourself. A car comes into the shop with only minor parts of the headlight damaged. Most commonly, the parts are lugs or brackets attaching the headlight to the car body. If the broken pieces are still available, small damages are repaired using a method like two part bonding agents or plastic fuse welding with a heat gun.

Melissa Steinken discusses the collaboration between Tradiebot and Swinburne University of Technology to bring 3-D printing and augmented reality (AR) to the collision repair industry.

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