Hood Grilles and Scoops
Do you need a cool hood grille or scoop for your next automotive project or to repair some damage? Here at JawsTec, we’ve got you covered. With our professional-grade machines, we can print just about any design you send us. Upload your CAD files to our instant quote page to take the first step toward success for your project.
Our instant quote page provides you with a 100% accurate, locked-in price, ensuring that you will never encounter surprise fees or charges. Each order we ship is backed by our Quality Guarantee and the JawsTec Standard. If you are not completely satisfied with your product, please contact us and we will work to make things right.
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What are some advantages of using 3D printed grilles and scoops on car hoods?
3d printed materials and processes can produce parts that are much more light weight than traditional pieces, thus improving the performance and gas mileage in most cases. In addition, 3d printing can produce parts that are exact to your specific needs and projects. Lastly, 3d printed parts are simple to replace. All you would need to do is reprint the same part. Read more advantages of 3d printing for automotive needs here.
Which materials are commonly used for 3D printing car hood grilles and scoops, and how do these materials perform in terms of heat resistance, durability, and aerodynamics?
The best option for 3d printed automotive parts that we offer at JawsTec is MJF polypropylene with a vapor polish finish. Typically, this material is great for projects that need to be heat resistant, durable, and still lightweight. Read about our polypropylene material here.
What design considerations should be taken into account when designing 3D printed car hood grilles and scoops to ensure they improve both the vehicle's aesthetics and functionality, such as cooling and aerodynamics?
You should understand the specific aerodynamics of your vehicle before designing your custom hood scoop or grille to ensure it is as functional as possible. You will also want to make sure you design the vents and structure of the grille or scoop to allow for adequate cooling and air flow.