Guess The Animal That Inspired This 3D-Printed Composite Passenger Cell [VIDEO]
Mar 06, 2014 14:00
EDAG is a German design and engineering firm that has been working with most car manufacturers for the past four decades. Their latest concept this 3D-printed composite passenger cell that was apparently inspired by turtles.
According to EDAG, there's still a long way to go before 3D printing can actually be used to churn out larger parts or even a whole car. But if we could someday print out a complete vehicle using 3D tech, it could possibly change
the way we think about and make cars forever.
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