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Zboard, mixes skateboard and 3D printing

After an incredible fundraiser on Kickstarter, the Zboard project is finally available. The creators of this electric skateboard needed $ 10k to complete their project, the community credited them with $ 279k. Now available at a price of $ 649, the designers come back on the evolution of the project, and the essential part that occupied the 3D printing . The Zboard was born from a desire to move skateboard very simply and without the need to push every 5 meters. To do this the team has created a device based on weight sensors to regulate speed. This is where the Makerbot Replicator 2 comes in , the team says it has earned them at least 6 months of development and no less than $ 20k in molds.

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source: 3DNatives

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