The world’s first 3D-printed electric motorbike
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It took three days to print and cost £2,000 ($2,600) – but one 3D-printing company has come up with a working prototype of an electric-powered motorcycle.

The Nera could be the 3D-printed future of the roads.

Built by industrial manufacturing company BigRep, the electric-powered motorcycle is almost completely 3D-printed, with the exception of its engine and electrical parts. Even the wheels have been printed.

The bad news? You can’t buy one just yet.


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