Published On Aug 21, 2020
Can 3D printing be used for car parts found in an engine bay? The answer is yes with Form Futura ApolloX. This video takes you through my design process for modelling and 3D printing an airbox for a modified car.
This filament supplied free of charge by my filament sponsor X3D. Making the video was my choice and all opinions are my own.
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