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Futuristic Trayser E-Bike Features 3D Printable Spare Parts

ETT Industries, a UK-based company dedicated to create electric personal transportation solutions, has unveiled the Trayser e-bike. What sets it apart from other e-bikes is that users have the option to 3D print replacement parts themselves.

Priced at £ 1,700, Trayser features an aluminium frame design and is equipped with a 42V lithium ion battery that takes about 300 minutes to fully charge. With only minimal rider input it can be used for a range of up to 60 miles (96.6 km) at a speed of 15.5 mph (25 kmh).

ETT makes .STL files for certain replacement parts and accessories available to its clients so they are able to 3D print them if needed. In their “Future Factory” section of their website, that will be extended shortly, the company states:

“We want to help all our customers to personalise and get the most from their electric bikes, by offering them unique and interesting parts, as well as spares, that they can 3D print at home for free.”


The download list of .STL Files includes a rear mudguard, a rear mudguard bracket and a front brake clip. For ETT’s Rake e-bike, customers can 3D print accessories such as a cup holder or iPhone mount as well as a rear motor cable clip and front brake clip.

You can currently order the Trayser e-bike through ETT Industrie’s website.

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