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The inventions of new technologies in the 3D Printed Car are quickly changing according to how things are being made.
At the International Manufacturing Technology Show in Chicago, an Arizona-based car maker created a media sensation by manufacturing a car at the show, a full-scale and fully functional 3d printed car, assembled in 2 days and that fabulous car called a “Strati”, Italian for layers and named by its automotive designer Michele Anoe. The reason behind its name is raw material for its structure the. The entire structure of the car is made from layers of A.B.S. (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) along with reinforced carbon fiber in a single unit. It describes an emerging technology, an alternative to the traditional tooling and machining processes which is used in manufacturing.
If we talk about the average car, the average car has more than 20,000 parts but this new technology rapidly reduces the number of parts to 40 with including all the mechanical components. This marvelous technology can use a variety of metal and plastic or composite materials to manufacture anything in complex detail.
According to the John B. Rogers, the Jr., chief executive of Local Motors and Harvard-educated U.S. Marine, The main goal here is to get the number of parts down compared to number the average car have and also to drop the tooling costs to almost zero. Furthermore, he said- Cars are really ridiculously complicated. He is referring that to the thousands of bits and pieces that are firstly sourced then assembled and finally connected to make a vehicle.
It’s being said that human desire will never end. People always want to have what they want on their wishes time and place that’s the reason that technology disruptive in the same way digital technologies used by companies like Amazon and Apple disrupted newspaper, book, and music publishers.
What if you could personalize and customize your new car online and pick it up the next day at a fragment of the cost of buying one from a dealer? It’s amazing, isn’t it?
Leno says who uses 3d printing technology to make parts for his cars-These incredible devices help you to make the form you need to create almost any part.
The company is already organizing a worldwide network of “Microfactories” where you can order your personalized and customized car.