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VRZ 1. a tack bike frame with 3d printed lugs from Ralf Holleis

VRZ 2 is a track bike frame with printed titanium lugs, glued together with carbon fiber tubes. The final bike weighs less than 5 kg.

A tack bike frame with 3d printed lugs | by Ralf Holleis | cunicode

Ralf Holleis Unveils Ultralight Custom Track Bike With 3D Printed Lugs

Bike Frame with Printed Lugs by Ralf Holleis. It’s a track bike frame with printed stainless steel lugs glued together with carbon fiber tubes.

3D Printed Folding bike

Exceptionally Flexible Bicycles

NCycle-folding-electric concept bicycles by designers Skyrill and Marin Myftiu

Kinazo e1, le vélo électrique imprimé en 3D grâce à Volkswagen - 3Dnatives

Kinazo e1, le vélo électrique imprimé en 3D grâce à Volkswagen - 3Dnatives

Amsterdam-based designer and woodworker Paul Timmer has created a wooden bicycle from solid ash

Wooden bicycle with 3D-printed aluminium parts

paul timmer’s vibration absorbing wooden bikes crafted from solid ash

Another new 3d print from the new Stratasys printer: http://3dprintboard.com/showthread.php?1537-Multi-Material-Color-ObJet500-Connex3-3D-Prnter-By-Stratasys

printer manufacturer Stratasys unveiled its latest revolutionary Color Multi-material Printer at SolidWorks World 2014 in San Diego. The printer is the first printer to be able to combine colors with multi-material printing.

People in Amsterdam will soon be able to cycle over the world's first 3D-printed steel bridge on the world's first 3D-printed steel bicycle

Arc Bicycle has 3D-printed steel frame created by TU Delft

with help from robotic experts in amsterdam, the arc bicycle focuses on the viability of metal printing using welding processes.

Three British designers have teamed up to build a sub-1kg titanium 3D printed bike frame. 3D printing company Mirada Pro, bicycle tubing specialist Reynolds, and framebuilder Ted James all contributed their expertise to the frame, whose weight was reduced using topology optimization software.

Mirada Pro and Reynolds Technology collaborate on printed titanium bike frame

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