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Trayser ebike from New Zealand firm ETT

Posted: Mar 27 2016 9:51am
by LockH
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Seen here:
http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle ... artin-love

Ya got yer 42V lithium ion [Check]
Ya can 3D-print replacement parts [Cool. visit http://www.shapeways.com/, and click and order. If you are feeling imaginative you can even 3D-print your own accessories and build your own unique creation (http://ettindustries.com/)]
[Insert Extra Cool here]



Ya want? Get in line Buddy.

Re: Trayser ebike from New Zealand firm ETT

Posted: Apr 02 2016 11:31am
by teklektik
Additional detailed photos of construction: here and here

Re: Trayser ebike from New Zealand firm ETT

Posted: Apr 05 2016 5:26am
by LockH

Re: Trayser ebike from New Zealand firm ETT

Posted: Apr 05 2016 1:10pm
by Raged
Thats might look nice but its horrible design ergonomics and definitely not safe to ride.

1. Why have 2 panels sticking up in the middle to fcuk your standover height?
2. Each panel represents a sharp edge to cut yourself open in an accident. 2 panels sticking up between your legs and.... noballs....

Re: Trayser ebike from New Zealand firm ETT

Posted: Apr 06 2016 12:39am
by Grizzl-E
In the close up pics each of the components in quite beautifully designed and machined... Then combined into that.

Looks like a paper sportbike but not nearly as cool as anything to do with paper or sportbikes.

3D printed headtube by the look of it.