3D technology is expanding day by day
The scientist has built recently 3D printed bionic arms in The UK as we discussed before. And now we see that similar ultra durable materials are used to build a bike frame.
It’s not a high-end carbon fiber mountain bike.
Although at first sight, one can presume The Arevo bicycle as an expensive one, this bike is not a high-end carbon-fiber mountain bike. It was made out of 3D technology from head to toe, and it has a fame as the ‘first 3D printed bike of all times.
One of the 3D printing on engineering level aka additive manufacturing company has recently produced this fully functional bicycle. It was produced as a proof of concept to show the world that this high-end thermoplastic material is capable of replacing metal in the future. By using robotic 3D-printing process, laser heating, and thermoplastic material the important fields like defense, airplanes, fighter jets, electronics companies and more, can replace metal with this technology to produce more cost-effective, lighter, and more durable components in the future.