Bugatti is taking advantage of 3D printing to construct components for its series of low-volume models, what the company refers to as “one-off" cars.

The automaker first tested the waters a couple of years ago with a 3D-printed brake caliper made from titanium. The caliper ended up being 40 percent lighter than a normal cast caliper made from aluminum and was able to withstand temperatures as high as 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Bugatti Expanding The Use Of 3D Printed Titanium Parts For Production

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