Renault Trucks Reduce Weight Engine Using 3D Printed Components – 3DPrint

Renault Trucks Reduce Weight Engine Using 3D Printed Components – 3DPrint
A team of the French trucking company’s engineers and designers are looking to metal additive manufacturing to help ramp up the performance of their engines. They are already using the futuristic technology to create complex parts through metal 3D printing, and have successfully tested some of these parts inside an engine. The original number of components in the Renault DTI 5 Euro 6 engine totaled almost 850. This number has been reduced by 25%, with 200 fewer parts, using metal additive manufacturing. This reduction in the engine volume will “lead to greater payloads and lower fuel consumption,” which Renault prides itself for already.
https://3dprint.com/161346/renault-3d-print-engine-components/


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