With the revolution spured by 3D printing, could the Parpas Diamond 30 be a bit of a dinosaure in the parts fabrication world? IAC, making such investments bodes well for Trollhättan.
I think 3D printers can coexist with machines such as this. 3D printers have developed a lot lately, but there may be things that the Diamond 30 can do better. As mentioned in the post, Koenigsegg is one of Cliff Models customers. But Koenigsegg also use 3D printers, among other things for this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNedUZxP8NU
Of course, that’s why I replaced our beloved 2001 9-5 by a high milleage 2007 E320 Bluetec. Even if I miss a few SAAB caracteristics, I have to admit the Merc is a far superior product. My biggest complain, and it was a shock to me, is that I don’t have foldable rear seats. Oh, they exist, as an option! Now, that you would never encounter in a SAAB!