In the automotive industry, 3D printing has multiple applications. Obviously, prototypes and models of components, design elements or individual parts are made, whether they are small in size or entire dashboards, engine blocks, bumpers, mirrors and so on. However, there is no shortage of adventurous projects in which additive techniques are used for components in low-volume production. Virtually all techniques work excellently in the automotive industry: FDM, SLS, DLP and SLA as well as metal printing. 3D printing is used by all the world’s market leaders as well as by comparably small companies involved in tuning, restoration and bold one-off projects.