Divergent Microfactories has manufactured a car made out of 3D printed materials. The result is radically reduced energy emissions and a lower cost of building the car.
Conventional cars are wasteful in the way they’re built and the way they’re operated. A startup called Divergent Microfactories has developed a radical new way to build cars in distributed factories with ultra-lightweight construction. Divergent Microfactories founder Kevin Czinger and his team speak with Solid program chair Jon Bruner about the technology they’ve developed and the promise it holds for a cleaner, more efficient world.
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