HRE is not messing around. 3D printing is one of those "next big things" that makes a huge amount of sense in low-volume applications. Originally used for prototyping directly from CAD models, e.g. to produce an instrument panel mockup for a new car, it also has applications like aftermarket wheels for high-end cars. With aftermarket wheels, there are many variations in diameter, width, offset, design and color, and typically only two or four wheels needed at a time. In the future, what if you could design a set of wheels with your Winding Road Racing client service rep and they'd be printed and shipped the next day?
Take a look at the work HRE is doing to get there:
To purchase HRE Wheels today, visit WindingRoadRacing.com
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