Voxeljet: From 3D printed James Bond cars to a wildly successful IPO | VentureBeat
Voxeljet: From 3D printed James Bond cars to a wildly successful IPO | VentureBeat - For the 2012 James Bond movie Skyfall, Propshop Modelmakers used Voxeljet’s 3D printers to create three full-scaled replicas of the ultra-rare Aston Martin DB5. The cars, which are ultimately destroyed in the film, are almost indistinguishable from the original, thanks in large part to Voxeljet’s printers.
Super cool. I saw a lot of 3D printing technology at an LA siggraph event recently. At once both fascinating and practical.
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