Behold: The World’s First 3D-Printed Bicycle

Tech startup Arevo recently revealed the bike, which is only a prototype…for now.

Arevo says its tech makes carbon fabrication affordable enough to entice bicycle manufacturers to make carbon fiber frames in the good ol’ U.S. of A. Carbon fiber is stronger than traditional metals used in bicycle fabrication, but it ain’t cheap.
Adapting Arevo’s processes, bike manufacturers could build entire bike frames using a robotic arm to print continuous carbon fiber filaments. Custom-made bikes could be available to consumers in weeks rather than months.
The tech is also scalable, so it could eventually be used for larger applications, like developing car and plane parts.
Would you buy a 3D-printed bike? Let us know in the comments!

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