We have featured many different 3D printed object here on Geeky Gadgets by now Japanese designers have created a 3D printed DFM01 titanium bike frame that is very unique in its construction.
Although don’t expect this uniqueness to come cheap as the titanium bike frame will set you back between $4200 – $5900US or 500,000 to 700,000 Japanese Yen.
The DFM01 titanium bike frame consist of a number of 3D printed components that are made up of planes rather that the traditional tube structure on most run of the mill bike frames, as you can see in the image below.
The complete bike weighs roughly 15lbs and can be customised for each customer, modifying the design to account for their weight and height as well personal preferences. Triple Bottom Line, with the help of others, utilises a special system that automatically determines the best frame geometry and design so each bike is unique to its owner.
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