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    Default The Future Now

    I'm not to sure if this has already been shown yet, but I have yet to see this "printing" technique used for bicycle manufacturing until now:


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    http://vimeo.com/47522348

    I can't seem to embed the video (or it doesn't show fom my iPad) so here's the link instead.

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    Default Re: The Future Now

    That is pretty awesome. The basic technology has been around for some time now (I worked on sintered jet engine parts in the 80's), but I wonder if the economics are even remotely feasible for regular bicycle component production.

    Anyone?

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