Sticking with the kayak theme today, we have yet another interesting innovation from the world of technology. If you’re a tech nerd (like me!) you probably know there has been a lot of buzz over 3D printing the past couple of years. It is a form of technology that remains in its infancy, but holds huge promise for the future. Now, someone has put that innovation to work, creating the first 3D printed kayak. While it won’t win any awards for design, and it probably doesn’t perform like the top boats on the market, it sure is an interesting process to see come together. What do you think? Would you paddle something like this?
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1 thought on “Adventure Tech: The World’s First 3D Printed Kayak”
Nice, but it'd be really heavy with all those bolts!
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