The Bike of the Future
E-bikes are not that new but we came across a pretty cool bike concept from ETT Industries, a UK based company that have developed two e-bikes - the Trayser and the Raker - which will allow you to 3D print your own replacement parts. The bikes are not cheap, coming in around U$2430 and U$3890 respectively, but their stats are impressive. The bikes are powered by 42 volt lithium ion battery which gives them solid speeds of 50-60 miles an hour.
However what's really unique about these bikes is that the creators give you STL files for certain replacement parts that you are able to 3D print yourself should you have the facilities. It’s not so much the idea for this bike that gets our creative mojo working, it's more the possibilities of how and where this could be rolled out for any number of different products.
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