A Physicist Does 3D Printing Project With His Son: Builds A Full-Scale Lamborghini

If you have blueprints, schematics, or designs of any object, then you can build it yourself with the help of a 3D printer. For Sterling Backus, that meant building his own Lamborghini Aventador inspired supercar with his son which they will showcase at local schools as a STEAM project.

“The parts’ design is based on the Lamborghini Aventador, but we have changed each panel significantly, to add our design flair,” Backus added. “In addition, no molds are made, and none are for sale. This is a one only project, and not for sale.”

Sterling has already put about $20,000 into the project.

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