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Honda 3D prints compact delivery EV

Where 3D printing vehicles is concerned, Local Motors takes much of the headline chatter, but that's not to say others aren't dabbling with the technology. Last week, Honda and Kabuku unveiled a custom-designed electric vehicle for making deliveries, the body panels of which have been 3D-printed... Continue Reading Honda 3D prints compact delivery EV Category: 3D Printing Tags: Cars Honda
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