Originally shared by David Fuchs For years copyright maximalists have been asking the question

Originally shared by David Fuchs

For years copyright maximalists have been asking the question " You wouldn’t download a car would you?" We are now getting to the point where that is about to become a possibility.

#3dprinting #downloadacar #automotive
http://www.wired.com/autopia/2013/02/3d-printed-car/

Amazing!

@Kelleigh_E Agreed

It’s truly incredible to see these types of projects. I have training in April for the machine they are using to print this car with. Makes it extra exciting (and good to be able to reference during class). Thanks for sharing. :slight_smile:

@Kelleigh_E I am big into 3D printing. The project I am working on now is printing a house out of fast dry cement. Expect a KickStarter in a couple months. :slight_smile:

@David_Fuchs are you part of the project that I saw on Ted Talks?

@Kelleigh_E Different project. The way they are doing it has several flaws and higher material costs. Both of which I am planning on correcting.

Plus I am integrating this into the mix.
http://cleantechnica.com/2012/12/29/using-thermodynamics-100-year-old-technology-to-break-the-20-per-mwh-barrier/

That is some impressive work, @David_Fuchs . I’m so glad there are people like you on this planet. This exactly the type of innovation that is going to change our lives.

@Kelleigh_E Thanks :slight_smile: Actually, there are so many things coming down the pipe that are going to change things. This is just me doing my little part …

Thank YOU, @David_Fuchs !