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AREVO produziert die ersten 3D-gedruckten Unibody-Fahrradrahmen aus Carbonfaser für eine neue E-Bike-Linie von Franco Bicycles

AREVO, das Silicon Valley-Unternehmen, das die Herstellung von Verbundwerkstoffen durch die Digitalisierung neu definiert, gab eine Partnerschaft mit dem Boutique-Fahrradhersteller Franco Bicycles bekannt, um den weltweit ersten 3D-gedruckten, durchgehenden Kohlefaser-Einzelstück-Unibody-Rahmen für eine neue eBike-Linie zu liefern, den Franco unter der Marke „Emery“ verkaufen wird. Das neue Modell trägt den Namen „Emery ONE“. Die AREVO DNA [...]

Der Beitrag AREVO produziert die ersten 3D-gedruckten Unibody-Fahrradrahmen aus Carbonfaser für eine neue E-Bike-Linie von Franco Bicycles erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – The Independent AM Magazine.

AREVO creates 3D Printed carbon fiber Unibody Frames for Emery EBike, partners with Franco Bicycles

AREVO, a Silicon Valley company dedicated to direct digital additive manufacturing of composite materials, has partnership with Franco Bicycles, a Californian boutique bike manufacturer, to deliver 3D printed carbon fiber frames for a new line of eBikes. Under the Emery bikes brand, the single-piece unibody frames have been integrated into the Emery ONE eBike, which […]

Can 3D printing reinvent the bicycle? Latest innovations from Reynolds and AREVO

Reynolds, a UK manufacturer of bicycle frames and components, is using metal 3D printing technology to develop a range of customizable stainless steel and titanium frame-parts. With this range, Reynolds will streamline production processes for frame builders in the cycling industry. Additively manufactured bespoke bicycles With over a century of experience, Reynolds has seen the […]

AREVO raises $12.5 million in new capital for “true 3D” printing technology

AREVO, a company dedicated to direct digital additive manufacturing of composite materials, has announced a $12.5 million Series B financing round, and the introduction of a new CEO. The funding will contribute to ongoing R&D efforts, the round was led by Japanese global glass manufacturing company Asahi Glass, with Sumitomo Corporation of Americas, Leslie Ventures and Khosla Ventures. […]