3D Printing and Custom Machining Fit Together


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This video created by Jesel Inc. shows the operations this company employs to create custom valvetrain components that are tailored to the particular demands of individual auto racing teams. One of those operations the Jesel custom shop uses is 3D printing. The 3D printer seen in this video complements machining, because trial parts are printed and fit into the assembly as a way of ensuring that the geometry is correct before machining begins. Learn more about Jesel and the various ways it uses 3D printing.