3D Printed Kayak
A full size 3D printed kayak has been created by Jim Smith of Grass Roots Engineering, using a home-made 3D printer.
The kayak was constructed from 28 different 3D printing sections which were then all bolted together to create the finished floating structure. It took over 1000 hours to have all the parts printed…
The finished 3D printed kayak weighs around 65lbs and includes 58lbs of ABS plastic and 7lbs of bolts to keep the 28 panels in position and watertight. Check out the video below to see more about the world's first 3D printer kayak.