Tinker lets you download and print your own motorcycle – Video
Tinker’s creator is a major in Product Design at Edinburg Napier University, and he needed 32 weeks to come up with the complete project. Tinker relies on a quick-build frame that will accommodate a variety of motorcycle engines, and that eliminates both welding and shipping, thus significantly reducing the carbon footprint.
Lennie’s design can be downloaded online and customers can take the files to the nearest workshop that uses CAD/CAM computer software. The CNC/waterjet company can then cut the stock material and deliver the parts for local assembly, according to the instructions.