Eagle, a restorer of the classic Jaguar E-Type car, has announced a partnership with Graphite Additive Manufacturing Ltd to use HP’s Jet Fusion 4200 3D-printing solution for the production of custom parts.
According to Eagle, the company has already seen a huge increase in quality, cost-effectiveness and efficiency after switching to HP’s 3D printing from other additive processes.
Since using HP’s 3D-printing platform for air conditioning and heating air ducts within E-Type cars, Eagle has benefitted from significantly reduced turnaround times, streamlined processes and greater flexibility to meet customer demands. HP’s 3D-printed parts allow Eagle to produce in low volumes with design and economic advantages, as the digital 3D model is easily adjusted and the final part swiftly printed.
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