This is the convergence of all of my interests: bikes, 3d printing and shiny things!
I saw it featured over on Hackaday, but it’s just too good to not repost.
This is a bike built up from carbon fiber rods and laser-sintered metallic lugs. There is a whole lot of awesome in that sentence. I’m surprised that it looks like it somehow prints with support and requires a ton of cleanup, but it is 105% awesome regardless.
Here’s the vid.
VRZ 1. a tack bike frame with 3d printed lugs from Ralf Holleis on Vimeo.