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Ridiculously hot electric superbike built with 3DXTECH’s Carbon X filament

3DXTECH, a US-based leader in high-performance 3D printing filaments, is showing off an insane electric superbike at the upcoming RAPID+TCT show in Fort Worth, Texas. Several parts of the smoking hot ride are clearly 3D printed using the Carbon X composite filament range, which combines high-modulus carbon fiber and premium resins. These filaments are ideal for applications that require superior stiffness, ease of printing, improved dimensional stability, UV-resistance, and lighter weight parts vs. standard structural materials.

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