Moi Composites Startup Moi Composites built a striking vessel it’s calling the first 3D-printed fiberglass boat. The firm built its Motor Additive Manufacturing Boat — MAMBO for short — to showcase its 3D-printing abilities.
Moi says its “continuous fiber manufacturing” process lets it create unusual shapes that aren’t possible with traditional methods. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories . Recent 3D-printing technology has advanced immensely, with the process now being used to create complex products like houses , face shields , aerospace components , and much more. Now one manufacturing startup just built what it’s calling the very first 3D-printed fiberglass boat. Italian firm Moi Composites created MAMBO (short for Motor Additive Manufacturing Boat) to show off its 3D-printing capabilities, specifically a process called “continuous fiber manufacturing.” Moi says the process lets it create shapes that would be too expensive or all-around impossible with […]
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