Blog: Glenn BrooksKiwi man makes Aston Martin with 3D printer

Glenn Brooks | 8 August 2013

I know what you're thinking. But it's not just-auto's news ed who's the NZer in question. The website which reports on this clever chap's project to make a replica 1961 DB4 reckons it will cost him the equivalent of about US$1,800.

 

Sectors: Technology/R&D

Companies: Aston, Aston Martin

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