3D Printed Vehicles Are Most Likely To Solidify Their Place in the Automotive Industry in 2021, Says Howard Wilner of Sudbury, MA

Posted January 15, 2021 by jimcarns

This Press Release is written to inform the readers that 3D printed vehicles are most likely to solidify their place in the automotive industry in 2021, according to Howard Wilner of Sudbury, MA.

According to Howard Wilner, an automotive expert from Sudbury, MA, 3D printing is the future of automotive industry. Its significance in automotive manufacturing has also grown lately, thanks to advancements like Additive Metal Manufacturing that has given 3D printing a more durable material to work with. According to a recent report, the automotive industry is expected to spend over $2.3 billion on 3D printing in 2021.

Howard Wilner of Sudbury, MA shares that the first mass-produced 3D printed car was created by an Italian startup, XEV, in collaboration with a Chinese 3D printing company, Polymaker. Almost all the parts of this car are 3D printed, except for tires, windows, seats, and chassis. The car has been officially named as “LSEV” and will most likely be launched in the European and Asian markets by the end of this year.

About Howard Wilner

Howard Wilner is an experienced business development professional. Having received his education from the Massachusetts Bay Community College and the Boston College, Howard has been active in the automotive industry for a long time now. He has a strong command in automobile site acquisitions, automobile inventory management, negotiation, coaching, sales, and automotive repair.

Howard Wilner has also been a part of several organizations including - the Charter Oak Country Club, Boston College Club, NHREIA, New England Society and Automotive News Professional Community. He also volunteered with Rotary International for three years.
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Last Updated January 15, 2021