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Tata Steel racer:

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Guy Negre, 200 bar, air pressured technology concept, with Gomecsys engine technology in a hybrid fibre metal body shell and ultra lightweight high tensile steel by Tata.

Concept Racer for Tata, High power, but low fuel usage. (1:50 variable compression technology patent Gomecsys)

Car concept render in V-ray,

modeled in Rhino printed...on ... The Ultimaker!

In just 1 week I created this 1:32 scale model.

Next step? 1:18 scale model with even more detail and better finishing...

The Ultimaker was my best friend during this job... It printed without flaws in less then 2 days more than 20 objects on ultra q sliced in Nettfabb.

it was printed in PLA by using the ulticontroller.

Hope you like it!

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