Divergent Microfactories, a technology startup located in San Francisco, California, recently unveiled the world’s first 3D supercar called “Blade.”
The state-of-the-art, 3D printed supercar prototype was showcased recently at an event held in San Francisco, California that featured companies that blend the use of hardware, software and data to produce disruptive new technologies.
Divergent Microfactories is a company that is dedicated to applying disruptive new methods in auto manufacturing,using 3D printing to dramatically decrease carbon footprint, lessen emissions that contribute to pollution, and cut costs in production by using fewer materials. Their goal is to put the platform in the hands of small entrepreneurial teams around the world, allowing them to set up their own microfactories and build their own cars and, eventually, other large complex structures. These microfactories will make innovation affordable while reducing the health and environmental impacts of traditional manufacturing.