Friday, January 30, 2015

50 KM/h Generated Car 3D Printer Results

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A team consists of three people, namely, Max Greenberg, Sammer Eleswarapu, and Ian Cullimore successfully developed car remote control (RC). Uniquely, this car is created by using a three-dimensional printer technology.

50 KM/h Generated Car 3D Printer Results

That car turned out to be based on a Formula 1 racing car inspired in the 1950s For its development, berkelir black car was designed at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, United States.

Their focus was to create a vehicle that will incorporate all of the engineering education of the past with art design skills in this art center.

The report mentioned the car if the remote control is powered by a 16-foot rubber belt that can move the car engine at speeds of 30 mph or 50 kilometres per hour. The remote control also applies to moving the braking and kemudinya.

That speed can be because does it weigh a lightweight. It is also supported by the chassis made with inspiration the workings of the inner bones flicks wings. The extended, there is Genesis in support of the acceleration of the vehicle.

The success of this car is not apart from the intervention of a three-dimensional printer company called Solid Concept. Pencetakannya method using laser sintering technology of selective claimed capable of cutting metal materials once did.
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