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Kabuku and Honda Co-Developed 3D Printed Vehicle

The Japanese 3D printing service provider Kabuku works together with the car manufacturer Honda to build 3D printed customisable vehicles.

The small car was presented at CEATEC JAPAN 2016. The car was designed to be customisable with Rinkak Mass Customization Soulution from Kabuku. So every customer can change the design of the exterior and the loading space to fit their needs.

The small  car was designed for the streets of Japan. All covers of the exterior are produced with additive manufacturing. So customising the loading dock can be done before you buy the car but you also can be retrofitted.

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