The finished mountain bike, with a frame assembled from titanium parts produced by additive manufacturing.

Additive Manufactured Bike Hits the Mountain Trails

March 26, 2014
With a Titanium Frame and Topological Optimizing, this bike is more durable and lighter than its original design.

Renishaw and Empire Cycles collaborate to create a mountain bike that is lighter and can take a beating, thanks to direct metal laser sintering technology that lends itself to additive manufacturing -- and topological optimizing. 

Find out more about the metamorphosis of the mountain bike via additive manufacturing on American Machinist.

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