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Often in build videos, the guys talk about getting a part 3D printed for their car, but, it's seldom we get to see the process take place. This time, though, we join the dude from B is for Build as he attempts to create his very first piece for a widebody Lamborghini Huracan.

As we all know, you need to be as precise as possible when creating bodywork for a vehicle – otherwise, it inevitably ends up looking shoddy, and nobody likes that. The problem, though, is that it is often an expensive excersize when it needs to be outsourced.

Fortunately, modern technology offers us alternatives nowadays, one such solution is the magic of 3D printing.

In this episode from B is for Build, the guys have been gifted a 3D printer, and their first task is to see if they can create a custom air vent for the widebody Lamborghini Huracan they're building for SEMA 2019.

What's really cool is the blow-by-blow commentary of each step, including the issues they run into along the way. What is clear is that, if you get it right, 3D printing is a relatively inexpensive way to build whatever parts you need. How does it turn out, you ask? Well, you'll have to press play to find out. 

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