Artist creates a transparent motorbike from scratch
As possibly the biggest 3D Printing platform around Ultimaker has given a lot of artists and creators something to work with. One of the most ambitious projects from 3D printing comes from Connecticut and New York artist Jonathan Brand. He spent over a year on and off printing pieces which he then put together to create a transparent motorbike. He built the bike from pieces kept under 1mm thick so the entire bike would be see through.
Modelled off a 1972 Honda CB500, the bike became a surrogate for the real one that Brand was never able to get. Check out the video above where he explains the process behind making it.