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Local Motors on How to 3D Print a Car

by • March 27, 2016 • No Comments

  • Having opened up two car printing facilities in the US in 2016, Local Motors plans to send its initially swift of 3D printed autos onto highways future year. If they donate, we may start a new era of auto making not for the masses but for each individual driver. If the company is going to manufacture the leap of niche to mainstream, it’s going to have to manufacture the concept of 3D printing vehicles digestible to those outside of the 3D printing industry. To do so, the open source vehicle company has published this helpful video detailing the system of making a Local Motors 3D printed car.

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    Created by Local Motors Multimedia Specialist Motaz Hussein, the video at a lower place details how Local Motors goes of a digital file to 3D printing an automobile. This comes with providing the file, the specifications, slicing, and 3D printing on Cincinnati Inc’s large-scale BAAM 3D printing device, illuminating specific details of how their composite material is extruded. This is only the initially video in the series, that can in addition discuss how the pieces are prepped and assembled into Local Motors vehicles. Stay tuned for additional to come!

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