Divergent’s Kawasaki Ninja H2 inspired bike boasts 3D printed carbon fiber structures that are 50% lighter than more conventional motorcycle parts
The Los Angeles Auto Show will be displaying “The Dagger”, Divergent’s 3D printed motorcycle. This project perfectly illustrates how seamlessly 3D printing technology can integrate with existing machines, and how the technology can actually improve on pre-existing manufacturing techniques.
Not only can someone redesign and replace parts to their car or motorcycle, for example, they can improve performance. Divergent claims their 3D printed motorcyle is safe, high-quality, and employs a carbon-fiber structure that is 50% lighter than conventonial auto parts.
The bike on display is inspired by the Kawasaki Ninja H2, and comes as a welcomed successor to Divergent’s 3D printed supercar, The Blade. Divergent plans to begin 3D printing auto and motorcycle parts to sell directly to manufacturers.
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