3D printing promises to revolutionize manufacturing. From prototyping to proof of concept to final product, new technologies and materials are changing the way we design and make things. But if you’re thinking this future stuff, you’re wrong.
Santa Clara, CA-based AREVO has produced an entire carbon frame bicycle using their robotic arm and 3D printing system. The battery-assisted eBike could be tailored to suit an individual rider and produced entirely onsite.
AREVO’s 3D printing process combines software, robotics, machine learning and thermoplastic materials to provide designers and manufacturers with unprecedented freedom to create products with unparalleled strength and durability. As a result, AREVO’s eBike can be customized for individual riders, printed as and when needed at scale, and competitively manufactured anywhere in the world.
The revolution has begun.