Video: Project AME 3D Printed Cab

We’ve written recently about the media event at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory surrounding Project AME, the production of the world’s first 3-D printed hydraulic excavator (read the article here). The completed excavator is set to be on display at the IFPE 2017 show in Las Vegas March 7-11, 2017. The video below gives some background into the inspiration behind the project, an up-close look at the printing of the cab, as well as insights into the many organizations and individuals involved, including the students behind the cab design.

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