German Company Prints Motorcycle Parts with MINGDA Industrial 3D Printer

In recent years, a large number of new brands and new models have been pouring into the automobile and motorcycle market. The speed of upgrading of automobiles and motorcycles is getting faster and faster. It is becoming more and more intense, which brings new challenges to automobile and motorcycle manufacturing enterprises.

Recently, a German motorcycle company purchased MINGDA industrial 3D printers MD-6H and MD-600 Pro. The enterprise was established in 1992 and has been engaged in the development and design of motorcycle accessories, motorcycle modification, limited edition model manufacturing, and accessories upgrades. At the same time, they also provide model design services for other motorcycle manufacturers. This time, the company introduced 3D printing technology to develop parts for highly customized limited edition motorcycles.

 

Many motorcycle enthusiasts like to pursue personalized customization. However, motorcycle parts manufactured using traditional processes often cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars and require a lot of time to wait. To this end, the company turned to 3D printing technology. Not only does it shorten the manufacturing time of parts, it also saves money.

 

3D printing technology can easily manufacture motorcycle parts with complex structures. At the same time, it can also liberate design constraints, allowing developers to 3D print with a variety of materials to test the performance of parts. MINGDA MD-600 Pro industrial 3D printer not only has a large building size of 600x600x600mm but also its innovatively designed high temperature print head can heat up to 350°, which can be compatible with high temperature materials such as PET-CF, PET-GF, PA12-CF, etc., which can fully meet the needs of motorcycle enterprises.