Aston Martin lover turns to 3D printing to create his own car

08/1/2013 |

Enthusiasts of emerging 3D printing technology have used the devices to print all kinds of things, from firearms to food, but in sheer audaciousness, a New Zealand man's project to print the body for a replica Aston Martin must certainly take the cake. Ivan Sentch is painstakingly printing a copy of a rare 1961 Aston Martin DB4 piece by piece, in 4-by-4-inch sections, which he then glues in place on a wooden frame. To date, Sentch says he's created 2,500 fiberglass molds at a cost of just $2,000.

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