The 10 Craziest 3D-Printed Creations (So Far)

EV Racing Car

Employing a printing technique called massive stereolithography, a group of 16 Belgian engineers were responsible for building the entire body frame on this electric open-wheeler. The ensemble known as Formula Group T had the help of a massive 3D printer to construct the lightweight plastic unibody, which is said to reduce drag and increase thrust performance. It’s just a matter of time before we’re all stuntin’ in 3D-printed Lambos.

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