The Aston Martin Callum Vanquish 25 by R-Reforged will be the first in a series of bespoke and limited-edition supercars to be designed and produced using MakerBot ’s Method X 3D printer, with other projects already in the pipeline.
MakerBot, a 3D printing company and subsidiary of Stratasys, says product design and engineering firm Callum has installed a Method 3D printer to produce functional prototypes, tooling, and production parts across a number of luxury vehicles and lifestyle brands, including the limited edition Aston Martin Callum Vanquish 25 by R-Reforged.
Callum was founded in 2019 by renowned automotive designer Ian Callum CBE, who is responsible for some of the industry’s most recognizable and iconic car designs, including: the original Aston Martin Vanquish; the Ford Puma; and 2019’s World Car of the Year award winner, the Jaguar I-Pace. True to Callum’s personal philosophy of taking inspiration from nature, art and music, the company’s mission is to design bespoke and limited-edition high-end automotive, travel and lifestyle products that combine cutting-edge design with real-world functionality. To achieve this, Callum has embraced a blend of the latest production techniques alongside traditional craftsmanship, including creating its own leather trim shop, which is housed in its […]
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