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Divergent Blade – The 3D Car

by Elsa Stringer

First of all, it needs to be mentioned that the company Divergent 3D comes from LA and that it mainly deals with the production of cars. It should be also added that this company has decided to bring the revolution in the car industry by the attempt to make 3D printed hyper car that would have the name Blade.

source:luxatic.com

Blade

It is assumed that the manufacturer would use a lot of modern technologies that are used in aerospace industry and that he would also use the latest and most-known materials for the production of this car. The materials used would be carbon-fiber and aluminum-alloy ones. All this would result in a hypercar that would be also 3D one and that would also have 720 bhp.

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The company wanted to use this model so that it could be able to demonstrate the possibilities and potentials of 3D printing in car industry. It should be also mentioned that the car would also have a 4-wheel drive along chassis that would be only 46kg. The entire interior would be made according to the one that are made in jet industry and airplanes.

How it started? All started by an idea in 2015 and nowadays 3D printers have been used for printing the joint that are made of aluminum. The entire making of a car lasts not more than several minutes and it does not pollute nature.

Li Ka-Shing

He is the man who owns this car company and it should be noted that he is one of the richest people in the world. He comes from Hong Kong and he decided to support the revolution in car-making industry.

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It should be also mentioned that Divergent 3D is a company that succeeded to raise 65 million USD so that the production of this type of a car may become reality. The main purpose of the car is to make the entire process of car making cheaper and to make the impact onto the environment lesser and healthier.

source:luxatic.com

source:luxatic.com

source:luxatic.com

source:luxatic.com

source:luxatic.com

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