As anticipated by 3dpbm in July 2022, the Cadillac CELESTIQ, described by GM “as the most technologically advanced Cadillac ever”, features an impressive 115 3D printed parts in the production vehicle, demonstrating GM’s broadest use of this process. Additively manufactured parts include the steering wheel center, which is the largest metal part GM has printed in production, combining the show surface and the structural B-side of the part. Another 3D printed part is the seat belt adjustable guide loop, which is GM’s first safety-related 3D printed part.
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