The 3D printing revolution has come for your bike. Discover the best 3D printed bike parts and accessories to enhance your riding experience!
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On the hunt for the perfect bicycle for his child, Austrian designer Christian Bezdeka decided to start woom Bikes. The company is using 3D printing to create lightweight and comfortable bicycles for children aged 1.5 years and older.
Mechanical engineering students from the Aalborg University Esbjerg have used a BigRep ONE to 3D print a functional bike frame in one piece. PhD doctorate Peter Riddersholm Lauridsen shares an inside look at this project, and explains how 3D printing enables students to hone their engineering skills.
To showcase their new flexible filament, 3D printer manufacturer Bigrep fabricated a 3D printed airless bicycle tire and took it for a spin on the streets of Berlin.
GuardianBikes is using 3D printers from Robo 3D to conceptualize its SureStop technology, a unique one-lever component braking system.
The Slovakian design company Kinazo Design creates 3D printed electrically-powered mountain bike with the help of Volkswagen Slovakia.
The bike carrying handle is the best solution for those locations where it’s inappropriate (or just downright impossible) to go while on your bike.