American automaker Ford is no stranger to 3D printing technologies, as it has been exploring and using the technology since the late 1980s. Now, another phase in the company’s 3D printing integration is about to begin. According to a recent press release, Ford is testing whether 3D printing can be used for the production of large-scale, one-piece car parts, such as spoilers. The car company will be using the Stratasys Infinite Build 3D printer, making it the first automaker to pilot the large-scale additive manufacturing system.