The 3D-printed electric motorbike
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Nera: The 3D-printed electric motorbike

A fully functional, 3D-printed electric motorbike has been unveiled by large-scale 3D industrial printer manufacturer BigRep.

Billed as a world first by the company, the bike, called Nera, took three days to print and cost about £2,000 ($2,600) to make.

With the exception of the electrical components, the bike is made from 3D-printed parts, including the tyres and the frame.

It is not currently available on the market.

BBC Click finds out more.

See more at Click's website and @BBCClick.

  • 28 Jan 2019
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