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DSG4ME 16th January 2015 08:36

3D printed Shelby Cobra !!!
 
Could this be the future of kitcar fabrication ?

This 3D-printed Cobra took six weeks to design, manufacture and assemble, with the actual printing taking around 24 hours total.

http://oi62.tinypic.com/2rfdn2t.jpg

You can also see a video of the whole proccess here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXvIMRklWiM

redratbike 16th January 2015 16:03

Best subscribe to this ha ha

http://3dprinter-collection.com/magazine.aspx although you'd only be able to print dinky size cars once completed

peterux 16th January 2015 20:55

I'd love to see the IVA inspector's face when he puts that up on the inspection ramp !! :surprised:

Mister Towed 17th January 2015 08:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by peterux (Post 62759)
I'd love to see the IVA inspector's face when he puts that up on the inspection ramp !! :surprised:

I'm sure he'd be fine with it, you've just got to go to the right inspector.

http://i1301.photobucket.com/albums/...psfa332389.png

IanA 17th January 2015 10:46

I've no problem with printed bodies but a printed chassis? At least with a carbon fibre tub there's a lattice effect with the cross weave but where is the torsional strength in an adhesive based two dimensional layer structure?

Jaguartvr 17th January 2015 12:17

3d printing
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by redratbike (Post 62757)
Best subscribe to this ha ha

http://3dprinter-collection.com/magazine.aspx although you'd only be able to print dinky size cars once completed


Piratebay used to have a section for downloading 3d designs for you 3d printer.
Was a bit limited, they only had 3 designs, 2 dildos and a butt plug!
I think the 3d printing revolution is still a few years away!

DSG4ME 17th January 2015 13:41

Here is another 3D prnted car, the Strati.

https://makezineblog.files.wordpress...1214926402.jpg

The car is printed in carbon fiber reinforced thermoplastic.
This Aston Martin is also 3D printed, the same as the one used in the Skyfall James Bond movie.

http://s3.amazonaws.com/digitaltrend...3d-printer.jpg

http://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/...kuenqusjpg.jpg


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