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Honda teams up with Kabuku to create a 3D-printed car

While Local Motors is going the fun and interesting route with its 3D-printed cars, Honda is keen on helping with its 3D-printed car endeavors. The Japanese automaker has teamed up with Kabuku, a company that uses digital fabrication in its design and development jobs, to create a 3D-printed car that could serve as an affordable small delivery...
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