Porsche has started 3D Printing parts for classic cars

Porsche has a huge supply of spare parts to keep its classic cars on the road, but it doesn’t have everything. Supplies of certain components run out, and often, it’s way too expensive to build a bunch more, especially for limited-production cars like the 959. That’s why Porsche Classic has turned to 3D printing to make limited numbers of certain spare parts.

Right now, Porsche is manufacturing nine spare parts using 3D printers, and it’s testing 20 more for production viability. The parts offered now include the clutch-release lever for the 959, a crank arm for the 964, and others.

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2 thoughts on “Porsche has started 3D Printing parts for classic cars

  1. Margot John says:

    Are these 3D printing spear parts durable?

    • Supercharg3d says:

      The parts are made to the same requirements as the original and, as the article mentions, the 3D printed parts were frequently found to exceed those standards.

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