Project information

  • Product name: Auto taillight aesthetic prototype
  • Where used: used in the product development phase before tooling kick-off, to verify the lit and unlit appearance of the product
  • Client Industry: Automotive
  • Quantity: 1
  • Technical process: CNC Machining,3D printing
  • Lead time: 15 Calendar days
  • Price: $8000-$15000

Auto taillights, also known as rear lights or tail lamps, are essential components of an automobile’s lighting system. They are typically positioned at the rear end of the vehicle and serve multiple functions, such as indicating the vehicle’s position, direction of movement, braking, and turning intentions to other drivers on the road. Taillights play a crucial role in ensuring safety during nighttime driving or adverse weather conditions by enhancing the visibility of the vehicle to other road users.

Aesthetic prototypes for auto taillights are used to create visually appealing and functional designs before moving to mass production. These prototypes are physical representations of the taillight’s design concept, allowing designers, engineers, and stakeholders to evaluate and refine the aesthetics, shape, and overall appearance of the taillight.

Technical Data

Part Material Quality ProcessColor Post-treatment 
Outer lens PMMA 1CNC machining Clear Polishing to high gloss
Housing ABS13D printing Black Panting 
Bezel ABS1CNC machining Black Partially Metallization
Reflector Aluminum 15-axis CNC machining Full Metallization
Car bodyABS1CNC machining Grey Painting 
AssemblyGlue with tape   


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