3D Printed Car Wins Pilkington Design Award

3D Printed Car Wins Pilkington Design Award
Nir Siegel, a vehicle design student at the Royal College of Art has recently been awarded the Pilkington prize’s Best Design Interpretation for his Genesis car.
 
The Genesis, which is built to be completely customizable can be 3D printed and self-assembled. According to Siegel the idea behind the Genesis is “to evolve products and services, based on customer needs, avoiding obsolescence.”
 
While Siegel’s design is still a concept, it could be produced if 3D printing were to make its way to your local auto dealer. Once on the show room floor you could request any number of features be built into your car that would then be either milled or printed to your specification.
 
Read More at ENGINEERING.com
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