A student team from TU Delft in the Netherlands created a fully functional 3D printed stainless steel bicycle.
The students achieved the goal of their three-month project by printing the Arc bicycle frame with the help of MX3D in Amsterdam.
The Arc Bicycle is the first ever 3D printed metal bicycle to be produced using a welding process.
Team member Harry Anderson, industrial design student at RMIT University, in Melbourne, explains:
“This method of 3D printing makes it possible to produce medium to large scale metal objects, with almost total form freedom.”
Project Coordinator: J.C.Verlinden@tudelft.nl
Student Team: firstname.lastname@example.org
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