world\'s first 3d printed car won\'t brake the bank | adelaide now -g-icon-error cloudy-day nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right nav_small_right 0a0871e9-1636-49f4-
The world\'s first 3D printing car will not brake bankA American company released the world\'s first 3D printing electric car -- A fully customizable vehicle will be on the road in 2015. US low- Cost auto maker local auto company plans to sell 3D printed cars in about a year for between $18,000 and $30,000. The company uses the Las Vegas auto trade show SEMA to demonstrate the use of Renault Twizy, 3D printers and carbon-fibre- On-site production of reinforced plastic stickers for 3D printing cars. It took only 44 hours for the local car team to print and build the car Called Strati EV- The prototype model has only 50 components compared to the ordinary vehicle, and the ordinary vehicle can have more than 20,000 components. \"We started this early morning on the third day of SEMA and started the rapid assembly of 3D printed cars. The local car company said in Instagram feed: \"After 44 hours of work at the printer and about 10 hours for milling, the crew started assembling the car parts we outsourced from Renault Twizy. \"While assembling the car, we decided to print something interesting and make some 3D printed chairs so the onlookers could sit down and enjoy the show. \"The move means buyers can choose a car on a computer screen and watch a huge machine make a car in front of their eyes. CEO John Rogers says 3D-designed cars can be recycled as long as they are not painted, and owners can grind existing cars into tiny particles again, and make new models using these materials. The company also used SEMA to announce a competition inviting the \"hot bar and auto aftermarket community\" to invade and modify the 3D- Like other cars, printed cars. \"This will start with the design proposal challenge where 12 trusted gear heads will be awarded a 3D printed body to make their own gear heads. The ModMen challenge will be held at SEMA 2015, when all 12 modified cars will be displayed and judged, and one car will be awarded the title of Grand Prize winner and ultimate \"modman, the local car company said in a statement. \"From racing to the streets, to the display, car modification has always been the real soul of car innovation,\" the local car company said . \" Founder and CEO John B. Rogers, Jr. \"Our goal is to fuel the next generation of\" hot Rhodes \"by putting the latest technology in their hands, and that\'s exactly what the ModMen challenge is doing. These are not just 12 custom cars, but also the future of auto parts. imagination. I can\'t wait to see how this group pushes the boundaries of 3D printed cars. Tesla is preparing to enter the Australian market to let electric vehicles go directly. to- The move upset traditional car dealers.