2021 Highlight



From racing teams in the desert and on the track to bespoke automotive manufacturers and design firms, MakerBot saw a flurry of 3D printing in the automotive industry (and others) in 2021. Watch the 2021 recap to see what customers like Prodrive, Lockheed Martin, and Callum used MakerBot METHOD X 3D printers to automate prototyping and reduce the cost of short run manufacturing.


Design and engineering business CALLUM can swiftly produce low volume, bespoke production parts in-house for its limited-edition Aston Martin CALLUM Vanquish 25, thanks to the capabilities of the MakerBot METHOD X.

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Lockheed Martin Space uses METHOD X to create parts for the lunar rover project, enabling the engineers to design, develop, and test autonomous systems and processes

Arash Motor Company

Arash Motor Company, manufacturer of custom supercars, uses METHOD X for 3D printed production parts on its next-generation vehicle

Team BRX and Prodrive

In 2021, the company entered the Dakar Rally in partnership with the Kingdom of Bahrain, under the new team, Bahrain Raid Xtreme (BRX). The Dakar Rally takes place over two weeks, with stages covering hundreds of miles across a range of challenging, off-road terrain in Saudi Arabia.