3D Printed Bicycles

  • KAV bike helmet

    From the ice to the roads, Californian startup KAV has expanded its range of protective gear today with the launch of a 3D printed bike helmet. The new product follows the company’s original release last year: a custom 3D printed helmet for ice hockey. The KAV Bike Helmet, developed using…

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  • SILCA a bicycle parts manufacturer that was founded in 1917, introduced MENSOLA, as “the world’s smartest computer mount, designed by the wind and [additively] manufactured in 6Al/4V Titanium by lasers”. Each MENSOLA mount is designed for specific stem face-plate geometry, ensuring minimum weight and maximum strength and improved aerodynamics over…

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  • Since 2016, Bastion Cycles has been a pioneer in applying 3D printing to custom bicycle production (with internal Renishaw metal systems). The Australian company just unveiled the latest development at the Handmade Bicycle Show Australia (HBSA) in Melbourne: a fully integrated 3D printed bicycle cockpit system incorporating an internally routed…

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  • Superstrata, the company founded by Arevo Labs to commercialize composite 3D printed bikes and e-bikes, has shipped the first Superstrata bike. The bike marks a significant milestone as it represents one of the very first continuous fiber-reinforced composites 3D printed consumer products ever to hit the market. As such it…

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  • Bicycles were one of the first consumer products to embrace 3D printing, with dozens of examples of both concept models, one-offs and actual production already underway. One reason is that personalization and weight-optimization play a big role in bicycling; another (related) is that two key materials for bicycles are carbon…

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  • Superstrata, a Silicon Valley-based bicycle brand, known for its 3D printed carbon fiber bicycles and e-bicycles, is launching the Superstrata store with custom products and an advanced online configurator on the company’s official portal. In 3dpbm Research’s recently released market report, the composites AM market is expected to evolve into…

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  • Santa Cruz Bicycles 3D printing

    Santa Cruz Bicycles is not just any bike manufacturer. The company, based in Santa Cruz (where else!), prides itself on producing some of the highest-quality mountain bikes in the world. However, the company’s manufacturing process can be seen as somewhat conventional: its carbon-fiber bike frames are mass produced in Asia.…

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  • HEXR EOS bike helmet

    3D printing company EOS has been a critical partner over the years for London-based HEXR, a company that is pioneering the use of 3D printing for custom bicycle helmets. Now, with the launch of the HEXR fitting app, the partners have brought a complete scan-to-product-solution to market for the production…

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  • New Zealand veteran Invictus Games

    A New Zealand veteran who was in a helicopter crash 10 years ago and has suffered from long-term injuries is now preparing to participate in the next Invictus Games thanks in part to 3D printing technologies. The New Zealand Defence Force has leveraged additive manufacturing to develop a customized cycling…

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  • GSD Global Sandvik e-bike

    GSD Global, an engineering and design consultancy specializing in premium e-bikes, has teamed up with Swedish engineering company Sandvik to improve e-bike production using titanium additive manufacturing. Together, the companies have developed a 3D printed motor node, which is both significantly lighter and cheaper to produce compared to the traditionally…

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