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Self-Driving Shuttle Built on Giant 3D Printer

Self-Driving Shuttle Built on Giant 3D Printer

Written by David

January 17, 2019

LM Industries’ 3D-printed “Olli” shuttle. Local Motors in Phoenix, Ariz., creator of the world’s first 3D-printed car, the Strati , was combined last year with the Launch Forth collaborative design community into LM Industries, based in San Francisco. LM Industries calls itself the world’s first digital OEM, which can take concepts to deployed products in under one year. It brings products to market in an entirely new way, designing with its global community of experts, and applying technology such as 3D printing to create and assemble products in small batches at agile microfactories. LM Industries creates transportation, accessibility and mobility products with customers such as Allianz Group, Airbus and the United States Marine Corps. Its efficiency allows products to be upgradeable like software—iterated regularly and fluidly to match rapidly changing consumer preferences. One concept that continues to gain momentum is the company’s small autonomous shuttle vehicle named Olli. Created […]


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