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STEM: 3D Printing!!! makes a Real Car that Drives on the Street...

STEM: 3D Printing!!! makes a Real Car that Drives on the Street...

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Dear Colleagues, 3D Printing has crossed a new Threshold: A Virtual Car from a popular video game was printed in 3D, using real materials instead of ink, and the resulting Citroen-GT sports car is now Driving in the Streets... and on tour at Car Shows... http://hsgeometryadventure.wikispaces.com/3D+Printing%21%21%21+--+A+Real... Allen Berg Geometry Teacher

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Dear Colleagues,

AND

Here is the link from the 3D Printing Manufacturing Company: i.Materialise
showing the Design and Engineering process of the Citroen Concept Car and A Very Kool Youtube Video...
http://i.materialise.com/blog/entry/3d-printing-a-supercar

If you backtrack to their homepage they also explain one type of Laser 3D Printing Technolgy...

to be continued...
Allen...

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