Stratasys Ltd. announced it will feature the paradigm-breaking StreetScooter C16, an electric production vehicle available for under €10,000, on its stand at EuroMold, 25-28 November, Frankfurt, Germany.
Using revolutionary design and production methods, the StreetScooter project was developed by the Production of Engineering of E-Mobility Components (PEM) of Aachen University. The company StreetScooter was founded in 2010 with the goal of developing an electric car that rivalled conventional vehicles on price with realistic performance, safety and sustainability. While specifications vary from model to model, a StreetScooter C16 is expected to typically weigh 450kg – (1000lbs) excl. battery, has a range of min. 100km (80 miles) and delivers a top speed of 100km/h (60mph), making it an ideal city vehicle.
Aachen University uses world’s largest multi-material 3D printer, Stratasys’ Objet1000 3D Production System, to build a fully functional prototype electric car in just 12 months
3D printed vehicle to feature on Stratasys’ stand (Hall 11, Booth D90) at EuroMold, Frankfurt, 25-28 November 2014