EDAG is a German design and engineering firm that has been working with most car manufacturers for the past four decades and also built a Pontiac Solstice shooting brake because wagons rock. Their latest concept is a 3D-printed composite passenger cell that was inspired by turtles and goes beyond today’s possibilities.
3D printing is a fantastic tool used by the industry for rapid-prototyping. That speeds up the designing phase quite significantly together with 3D modeling, but what if they could actually print parts of a car as well? In fact, let’s go one step further and imagine if they could produce structural parts or even a complete vehicle using this technology! It would change the way we think about and make cars forever.Read More»