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Using stereo lithography, Zipp can make a newly-designed wheel within a day out of plastic that it can test in a wind tunnel.

  • By VeloNews.com
  • Published Sep. 5, 2008
Using stereo lithography, Zipp can make a newly-designed wheel within a day out of plastic that it can test in a wind tunnel. The cost of $10,000 per wheel is steel for an unrideable wheel, but it is far cheaper than making a mold and producing only a single prototype or two out of it.  |  Photo: Lennard Zinn
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Using stereo lithography, Zipp can make a newly-designed wheel within a day out of plastic that it can test in a wind tunnel. The cost of $10,000 per wheel is steel for an unrideable wheel, but it is far cheaper than making a mold and producing only a single prototype or two out of it.  |  Photo: Lennard Zinn
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