The First 3D-Printed Supercar




Meet Blade – a super-light sports car with a 3D printed chassis, designed as an alternative to traditional car manufacturing. Through 3D printing, entrepreneur Kevin Czinger has developed a radical new way to build cars with a much lighter footprint.
Read more: forbes.com & designboom.com
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Futuristic Cars, 3D Printing, The First 3D-Printed Supercar, Kevin Czinger, Divergent Microfactories, Future Vehicles

Futuristic Cars, 3D Printing, The First 3D-Printed Supercar, Kevin Czinger, Divergent Microfactories, Future Vehicles

Futuristic Cars, 3D Printing, The First 3D-Printed Supercar, Kevin Czinger, Divergent Microfactories, Future Vehicles

Futuristic Cars, 3D Printing, The First 3D-Printed Supercar, Kevin Czinger, Divergent Microfactories, Future Vehicles

Futuristic Cars, 3D Printing, The First 3D-Printed Supercar, Kevin Czinger, Divergent Microfactories, Future Vehicles

Futuristic Cars, 3D Printing, The First 3D-Printed Supercar, Kevin Czinger, Divergent Microfactories, Future Vehicles

Futuristic Cars, 3D Printing, The First 3D-Printed Supercar, Kevin Czinger, Divergent Microfactories, Future Vehicles

Futuristic Cars, 3D Printing, The First 3D-Printed Supercar, Kevin Czinger, Divergent Microfactories, Future Vehicles


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