Kawasaki KX 450 3D Core Motorbike

It’s clear to see that 3D printing projects have become a lot more ambitious over the last few years and one of the most eye-catching we’ve seen to date here at Coolector HQ is this Kawasaki KX 450 3D Core Motorbike from Alvaro Dal Farra. A mesmerising looking machine, the 3D Core Motorbike stems from Dal Farra’s love of hitting the road on his motorcycle and boasts an impressive, contemporary feel that looks quite unlike anything that has gone before it.

The Kawasaki KX 450 3D Core Motorbike from Alvaro Dal Farra has an almost futuristic aesthetic courtesy of its 3D printed components and if you’ve ever wanted a steed that looks cherry picked from a science fiction film, this is surely it. This great looking machine really capitalises on the versatility and capabilities of 3D printing to deliver a ride that looks amazing and performs equally as impressively.

Bold Design

Dal Farra’s love of Motocross is plain to see in the design and build of the Kawasaki KX 450 3D Core Motorbike and the pops of red and blue on the bodywork give it a real visual pop that will turn heads aplenty. These colours were chosen for a reason and again stem from his love of the motorcycling lifestyle. The red colour of heart and veins and the blue of the arteries that feed our body, allow us to live. The heart is the fulcrum, the engine of life for everything. Without heart, without love, nothing would make sense and nothing would be true.

The 3D Core of this Kawasaki KX 450 stems from the concept that everything comes to life thanks to the heart. This breathtaking contraption expresses, once again, its originality through a very careful stylistic research and thanks to the use of innovative and unusual construction techniques in the field of 3D printing. This definitely isn’t your average looking motorbike and it’s hard not to be bowled over by this innovative use of 3D printing techniques.

Using cutting-edge techniques really made the difference with the 3D printing of this motorbike from Alvaro Dal Farra. It was completed using HP multi jet fusion technology by Skorpion Engineering, which meant he was able to create different layers and a real “open heart” to the design which gives it an aesthetic impact like no other. 3D laser processing, anodizing, painting and special parts come together to complete the look of this majestic bike and enhance the concept of extensive research that went into its creation.

Impressive Performance

Excelling in the visual department, this Kawasaki KX 450 3D Core Motorbike is no slouch from a performance perspective and boasts some eye-catching features. This includes an Officine Zard exhaust, Blackbird Racing seat, SunStar transmission, Dunlop tyres and Tiziano Monti TM suspension setup which mean that this incredible looking machine rides well and looks even better.

We love seeing 3D printing used in new and innovative ways here at Coolector HQ and this motorbike from Alvaro Dal Farra is one of the coolest examples of this production process we’ve seen in a while. Immeasurably striking and born from a love of technology and motorcycling, we can’t wait to see what he comes up with next.

Leo Davie
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