It is the largest brake caliper in the automotive industry, made on a SLM 500 3D printed and takes an average of 45 hours to complete. This equates to 2,213 layers and 2.9 kg of titanium. The new caliper is the result of collaboration between the Bugatti Development department and the Laser Zentrum Nord Laboratory in Hamburg, Germany.
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Description from YouTube channel Bugatti :
This eight-piston monobloc brake caliper is the world’s first brake caliper to be produced by a 3-D printer. It is out of titanium and stops the Bugatti Chiron from 100 to 0 in 2.5 seconds.