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The impact of 3D Printing on automotive parts is investigated. 3D printing is an additive manufacturing technology to rapidly create prototypes by laying down a broad range of material onto successive layers of surfaces. In the automotive parts generally metal or alloy materials are used in the manufacturing. In this research we tested effect of 3D Printing on different automotive components. For the testing purpose we used Front Hub, Rear Hub, Knuckle, Calliper, CAM (engine part) and Steeringdoi:10.46243/jst.2020.v5.i3.pp79-84 fatcat:3jq5k224grfe7kgtaoe6cxkaxy