E-Bike Has Spare Parts You Can 3D Print At Home
These unique electric bikes allow riders to make inexpensive repairs themselves
ETT Industries, a maker of electric vehicles, has recently released two e-bikes: the heavier Raker and the lighter Trayser. Although both aren’t 3D printed, the makers believe their future is in spare parts and add-ons that customers can print or manufacture on their own.
The bikes both feature extremely unique designs, using the monocoque style. The components are tucked away inside a three-dimensional shape where the traditional bike frame should be. The result is future-proof design with a lot of room for added features.