Guide to 3D Printing Automotive Lighting Components

In this guide, we will walk you through the steps we took to create an automotive taillight housing using VeroVivid PolyJet Materials in less than a day. We will touch on:

  • Basic design
  • Adding light-defusing textures
  • Printing the complete assembly
  • Post-Processing at a glance

After reading the guide, you’ll see how few steps there can be to designing and making an amazing and true to life automotive lighting component.

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