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Cadillac's luxury Celestiq features 115 3D printed parts

Release date:01 , Jan , 0001 Source:Mastars Pageviews:-
Cadillac, the luxury brand of General Motors, is to launch the 2024 Celestiq, the first luxury electric car to be 3D printed and customisable. "The Celestiq is described by the company as The company describes the Celestiq as the most technologically advanced and luxurious car ever made, and possibly the most expensive too.
Cadillac, the luxury brand of General Motors, is to launch the 2024 Celestiq, the first luxury electric car to be 3D printed and customisable. "The Celestiq is described by the company as The company describes the Celestiq as the most technologically advanced and luxurious car ever made, and possibly the most expensive too.

This is not the first time GM has used 3D printing technology

The car will be the second all-electric vehicle (BEV) under the Cadillac brand, with deliveries scheduled to begin in 2024. Cadillac first shared news of the ultra-luxury electric sedan in early 2021, saying the flagship car would be heavily handcrafted and could be personalised for customer needs.


At present, Mastars owns industrial large-scale 3D printing equipment and high-end CNC equipment, covering a variety of printing processes, and delivers tens of millions of products to customers every year. The company has long studied in aerospace, precision medical, industrial manufacturing, 3C electronics, automobile manufacturing, mold manufacturing, cultural creativity and other fields.


As we all know, Cadillac isn't the only car manufacturer to use 3D printing. In fact, when GM faced supply chain issues and was unable to deliver its Chevrolet Tahoe 2022, the company's first thought was to use metal 3D printing technology.

The core reason was that the car required a number of additional parts to be made due to last-minute design changes, which would not have met normal delivery times using traditional manufacturing processes. Ultimately, the rapid completion and timely delivery of the customised parts through 3D printing technology prevented various losses for the company.

Cadillac's luxury Celestiq features 115 3D printed parts


In other cases, the BMW i8 Roadster and Koenigsegg CC850 have also been integrated with 3D printed parts. Meanwhile, many manufacturers have been developing this technology in small batches. In this latest news, it is easy to see that the new Cadillac cars of the future will, in all likelihood, be heavily 3D printed, thus further opening the door to new ways of designing and customising cars.

Cadillac turns to 3D printing technology
To begin with, each Celestiq will be made on a private order basis, giving customers the opportunity to work directly with a dealer of their choice and a Cadillac designer to create their unique car.

Amazingly, the Cadillac CELESTIQ has 115 3D printed parts inside. For example, the car's steering wheel is heavily 3D printed in metal, although at the moment, the company has not mentioned exactly which printer was used to create the part. What is certain, however, is that the 3D printing technology allows for personalised parts to be tailored in several dimensions.

In addition, buyers may have the opportunity to have their names engraved on the steering wheel. Meanwhile, window switches, door handles and even console trim will also feature various 3D-printed parts.

Among the car's other designs, Cadillac also relies on 3D-printed parts to improve passenger safety. For example, they have also printed adjustable guide rings for seat belts, which are the first safety-related 3D-printed parts for GM.

The sedan's substructure components are also reportedly 3D printed, but the company has yet to reveal any more information. However, we can clearly see that the American brand is turning more to 3D printing technology.



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