3-D printer replaces stamping, conventional assembly of Strati EV.
Plastic Fabricated by 3-D Printer Underpins EV Local Motors unveils what it calls the world’s first 3-D-printed, drivable vehicle, the Strati. The vehicle was built in three phases during the recent International Technology Manufacturing Show in Chicago. In the first phase the car was 3-D-printed on a Cincinnati Inc. BAAM (Big Area Additive Manufacturing Machine) over 44 hours using new technology called additive manufacturing. The second phase, known as subtractive manufacturing, ...
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