This Guy Is 3-D Printing a Classic Aston Martin … That Runs

Not just quite there yet in regards to owning licensed copies of cars but getting closer:

Using Autodesk 3ds Max modeling software and a Solidoodle desktop 3-D printer, Sentch began the painstaking process of printing out individual 4-by-4-inch sections, mounting them on the wooden frame and then gluing each piece into place. So far, he’s produced over 2,500 fiberglass molds and says he’s 72 percent of the way to completion, but that’s only the printing aspect.

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