Flame 3D BIKE

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Flame 3D (Flame3D), a cluster of 13 Flemish companies and 2 research institutes, works to show what additive manufacturing can create. The following companies and research institutes collaborated on the Bike: 3D&I, 3Dee, Formando, Hoet, KULeuven, Layered Prints, Materialise, MT3D, REIN4CED, RSPrint, Sirris, T&M Solutions, Tenco DDM, Ugent and Vamac. The creation of the bicycle was also supported by: Ridley Bikes, r-l-f, Mobi-bikes, Bodycote IMT, koopjefiets.be and Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship.

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