Peter Saenz and Charles R. Goulding discuss Lavoie’s recent purchase of VanMoof and how 3D printing technology can drive customization and rapid innovation.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi discuss the MagCAD 3DPRINTUK partnership.
The Arevo SuperStrata 3D printing bike project seems to be heading in the wrong direction.
Charles R. Goulding & Preeti Sulibhavi look at a new 3D printed bike frame project.
Predator Cycling introduces carbon fiber custom fitted bicycle bar extensions.
This week’s selection are the incredible titanium 3D printed bike handlebars by MYTHOS.
This week’s selection is the 3D printed bicycle by voxeljet, Mungo Racing and Spherene.
This week’s selection is the Bike Reflector Hidden AirTag by Printables contributor heartbreakballer.
Is it possible to 3D print a high performance bike with an inexpensive 3D printer? It turns out you can — but indirectly.
At least two companies plan to produce 3D printed chamois pads.
Arevo announced yet another project for their continuous carbon fiber 3D print system: E-Bikes.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the challenge and opportunities facing bicycle manufacturers.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the possibiliites of 3D printing for the bicycle industry.
HEXR could be the example of how to use 3D print technology for personalized products.
Watch how Urwahn Bikes used 3D printing to design a fully functional urban bike.
A road bike frame is a study in elegance and minimalism.
For a long while, it seemed that only a few industries truly made use of 3D printing.
This article originates from Women In 3D Printing and is part of our effort to support the use of 3D printing technology by women. The article is re-published with permission. SF Moto, a Bay Area local motorcycle store, and You3Dit, a 3D design platform, teamed up to bring the SFmototype Challenge. We talked to Nancy Garcia… Continue reading Sfmototype Challenge – Discussion With Lori Chen & Nancy Garcia Von Kriegenbergh
This week’s selection is a 3D printed bicycle kit by Stephan Schürmann / ColorFabb.
Matt Clark has designed a recyclable bicycle that could benefit from 3D printing.
German designer and bicyclist Thorsten Wilms writes on his recent personal collision between biking and 3D printing. He had purchased a headlamp for his new bike, but found that the existing contraptions attached to the handlebars didn’t leave sufficient space to attach the new lamp. After trying a couple of variations, he gave up… Continue reading 3D Printing Saves Bike Light
Serious cyclists need their bike to precisely match their body for optimum performance, but how can you do so when bikes are pre-made to someone else’s specifications? The answer is to 3D print a bike to your exact specs. That’s what was done recently by German bike maker Vorwaertz, who use 3D design to prepare… Continue reading 3D Printed Bike
Those ultra-cool bikes from manufacturer Specialized made from carbon fibre just don’t appear. They’re designed very carefully – using 3D printing technology. The process begins when Specialized engineers design a bike using a 3D modelling tool. Their objective is to produce something that not only is technically brilliant, but also looks good. The entire… Continue reading Specialized 3D Bikes