“Scorpion” – that’s the name of the electric car that students of HTL Salzburg made with the support of HAGE3D. Meanwhile, the vehicle even received a street legal approval and can be seen as a great success. The shape of the shells resulted from a flow simulation that can be produced almost 1: 1 additive and thus hardly limits the freedom of design. Parts got printed by the HAGE3D 3D printer 72L, the optimal and reliable solution for engineering plastics. With the help of 3D technology, the chassis has new aspects that the previous chassis did not have. Due to the very simple and quick disassembly, the cover is also very functional and does not require an additional support structure. With the help of 3D printing, the weight could also be reduced, which resulted in a significant improvement in performance.
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- for parts up to 600 x 400 x 280 mm
- Dual Extruder with active part cooling
- Hot end: up to 260°C | Printing bed: up to 140°C | built chamber: approx. up to 50°C
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