The 3D-Printed Arc Bicycle
on 09 March 2016
With help from Amsterdam-based company MX3D, five students from the Technical University of Delft in the Netherlands have produced a stunning bicycle built from 3D-printed stainless steel. Called the Arc Bicycle, the experimental, mesh frame is designed to minimize weight while maximizing strength—though it's not flimsy, and weighs in at a solid 26.5 pounds. Read more about the production process at The Drive.