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Are you trying to adapt the Nissan Leaf motor to a driveshaft or other mechanism? One of these adapters will work.

The coupler; cnc machined 304l stainless: $200

The Nissan Leaf adapter was pulled from a 2014 transaxle, complete with ball bearings to handle the load of the motor: $200

Purchase on eBay here.

The transaxle case which gives further support to the adapter is also available: $150

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You can now 3D print stuff like that at home, and then mail it for post-processing (sintering). Here is for example stainless steel filament :

Depending on the fit required, may still need to shove it on the lathe and clean up the surfaces afterwards.
 

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Powder printers likely can produce better details. But even on FDM printer (with a small enough nozzle) you should be able to produce functional splines - that's actually less concerning side of it. The bore is where I think there may be a problem.
 
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