Erie Family Builds Lamborghini Aventador Using 3D Printing

Erie Family Builds Lamborghini Aventador Using 3D Printing


THEN STICK WITH US FOR THE HIGHLIGHTS WE WILL BRING THEM TO YOU TOMORROW MORNING. GO, AVES, GO. 3-D PRINTING AND HOW IT WORKS AND JACQUELINE QUYNH HIS LIFE TO SHOW YOU WHAT’S UP . Reporter: TAKE A LOOK AT THIS, 20 MONTHS WORTH OF 3-D PRINTING AND TINKERING. THE FAMILY HERE HOPES TO GET THIS ON THE ROAD BY NEXT SPRING. THEY ARE ALSO HOPING TO USE IT AS A VEHICLE TO HELP EDUCATE YOUR Reporter: SOME DREAM OF THE DAY TO TAKE, LAMBORGHINI, ONE OF THE MOST PRIZED LUXURY SPORTS CARS ON THE PLANET. WE WOULD JUMP IN THE LAMBORGHINI, AND WE WOULD DRIVE IT AROUND. XANDER BACHUS IT’S NOT A MILLIONAIRE AND HIS DAD TOOK IT AS A CHALLENGE AND HE IS A PHYSICIST AND HIS LINE OF WORK HAS HIM WORKING A LOT WITH LASERS. Reporter: HOW HAS THAT HELPED YOU TO BUILD THIS CAR? IT REALLY IS NOT HEALTH AND AN ENORMOUS AMOUNT. Reporter: USED A DESIGN OF A SKILLED MODEL HE FOUND THE RESEARCH, AND THAT IS A TOY MODEL. THEY ARE 3-D PRINTED AND GLUED TOGETHER. Reporter: THEY WRAP IT WITH CARBON FIBER AND POOR EPOXY ALL OVER IT. HE ASKED HIS DAD TO BUILD THE CAR AND IT HAS BEEN 20 MONTHS AND THEY MAYBE FINISHED BY NEXT SPRING. USING THE CORVETTE ENGINE THE CAR COULD CLOCK 200 MILES AN HOUR BUT THAT IS NOT BEEN DECIDED. WHAT THEY HAVE DECIDED IS TO SHOW THE CAR TO KIDS TO GET THEM INTERESTED IN SCIENCE, MATH AND ENGINEERING. YOU MAY HATE MATH AND NOT LIKE SCIENCE OR LANGUAGE ARTS, AND YOU MAY NOT EVEN LIKE ART, BUT IT ALL COMES TOGETHER WITH THIS ONE PROJECT. Reporter: THE SKY’S THE LIMIT TO WHAT THE FAMILY CAN BUILD BUT HE IS PRETTY SURE THIS IS HIS CAR. Reporter: YOU DO HAVE SIBLINGS HERE, YOU KNOW. IT IS MY CAR. Reporter: HE IS GOING TO HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL HE GETS HIS LEARNERS PERMIT WHEN HE TURNS 15. JUST SO YOU KNOW, THE MSRP ON THIS IS THE HIGH-END BIRDS AND AT $600,000. THEY ESTIMATE THEY PUT $20,000 IN THIS, SO THIS IS QUITE A DEAL. JACQUELINE QUYNH , COVERING

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