Make Your Own Acura NSX With a 3D Printer
People with 3D printers are now able to make their own versions of past Honda concept cars from home.
Affordable 3D printers are allowing people to mix art and manufacturing at home and Honda is jumping on board. The company is offering 3D printing data for five of its concept cars for free. The options include the recent NSX concept to the FSR Concept that dates back to 1994. The FSR Concept was supposed to illustrate the company’s vision for safer cars and included a navigation system with real-time updates.
This is the second part of a new “global branding project” that Honda started at the Tokyo Motor Show when it released the “Super Ultra Daydreams” video clip shown below.
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For the printing files, visit Honda-3D.com.
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