3D printed car could be infinitely recyclable
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We first wrote about Local Motors one year ago, when they unveiled the world's first publicly available 3D printed car. Now, the company has revealed plans for the LM3D, an infinitely recyclable, 3D printed motor vehicle. The LM3D model, built in partnership with IBM Watson, Sieman’s Solid Edge, IDEO and SABIC, currently has 75 percent 3D printed parts from a blend of ABS plastic carbon fiber. Designed with current and future IoT networks in mind, the LM3D will have smart, inbuilt hardware and software. With sustainability at the core of the design, parts can be manufactured directly from digital files…
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