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New Zealand Programmer Building Aston Martin DB4 with 3D Printer

While there are a thousand little things one can freely download from Thingiverse, the website for sharing of user-created digital design files to print on a 3D printer, a man from New Zealand decided to take a more ambitious route – build an Aston Martin car replica using a Solidoodle 3D printer.

IVan Sentch, an Auckland-based programmer is building an Aston Martin DB4 using his second-generation Solidoodle, piece by piece. The project started Christmas of 2012 and is now finished at around 72% of the body, which after completion will be used to create a fiberglass mold. Want to track Sentch’s progress? Check out his blog here: Replica DB4 Project.

+ Links: engadget | Photo: Ivan Sentch via solidoodle

 

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