3D Home Printing- Not Just For Small Scale Anymore Ivan Sentch, a programmer from Auckland, New Zealand, is printing and assembling the body of a 1961 Aston Martin DB4.
Although Three-Dimensional printing is hardly future-tech, you’d be hard-pressed to argue that the technology is a go-to practical solution for your average home construction project. However, Ivan Sentch, a programmer from Auckland, New Zealand didn’t seem to agree.
Using a Nissan Skyline GTS25T as a donor car and a US$499 solidoodle 3D home printer, Sentch is printing and assembling the body of a 1961 Aston Martin DB4. As a bonus, Sentch has kept a detailed blog of the project since February, including his process and some of the unique problems he experienced along the way.
As of the last available post on July 26, Sentch has 72 per cent of the body printed, with a previous post indicating that roughly 52 per cent of the car had actually been assembled.