A design firm used 3D printing to transform a 1991 Honda motorcycle — take a look at how they completed the 2-year project

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  • Vagabund design studio reworked a 1991 Honda NX 650 bike right into a customized offroad car.
  • Most of the new components have been 3D printed, together with the gasoline tank.
  • All the undertaking took about two years. 
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Vagabund design studio in Austria builds customized bikes, and certainly one of their newest creations was absolutely updating a 29-year-old bike with 3D printing. 

Designers spent two years designing, prototyping, and constructing the Vagabund V13 utilizing customized and 3D printed components. The studio is devoted to redesigning bikes, like this BMW from 1983 and this Honda from 1972. Their designs take inspiration from traditional bike kinds with out being sure by them, resulting in their motto “We’re not reinventing the wheel, however we’re rethinking it.”

See a few of their different creations and ideas on Instagram.

This is how the studio up to date this bike from the 1990s. 

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