EDAG 3D-printed skeleton car concept

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The new EDAG Light Cocoon concept, based on the knowledge acquired from the Genesis concept from 2013. Similar in concept to how the Inuits have been building Kayaks for thousands of years, but the difference beeing of course that this concept is made from a 3D printed skeleton structure and covered with a waterproof fabric supplied by Jack Wolfskin. What if EDAG teamed up with Local Motors, who manufactures of open-sourced vehicles? That could potentially spawn a radical redesign of the business, like Alan Moore, the author of “No Straight Lines” discusses in this blog post: Communities dominate brands

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  1. […] of the rest of the construction, and how it is manufactured and assembled. Divergent Microfactories EDAG Light Cocoon EDAG Genesis 3-D printed […]

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