From Organs to Motorcycles, On Demand
The next generation of printing

Woooosh, the new electronic motorcycle from APWorks quietly coasts down the street leaving only a rustling of leaves in its wake. The futuristic motorcycle was 3D printed with an exoskeleton modeled after organic structures and weighs only 77 pounds. This futuristic technology has also been applied to healthcare by scientists who have printed human organs and body parts (skin, external ears, and tracheas) to be used in medical research and eventually transplants. It may not be long before consumers are hitting CTRL + P to make their own vehicles, or visiting their doctor for replacement body parts.

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Image Source: APWorks