3D-Printed Electric Motorcycle Has Industry’s Lightest Exoskeleton
The vehicle’s engineers used aircraft grade aluminum in hopes of mainstreaming lightweight additive manufacturing
It’s no secret that 3D printing is the future of manufacturing. Whether it’s jewelry or a new chair, 3D printing allows for more customization while offering an alternative to conventional hardware. APWORKS, a subsidiary of the aerospace oriented Airbus Group, is dedicated to harnessing this additive layer technology for a variety of industries. Its newest creation is an electric motorcycle printed entirely by 3D printing technology.
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