Divergent the Dagger, a motorcycle made by 3D printing

printed motorcycle

We have known for quite some time that Divergent He is working on a fairly complex project since, on his social networks, they have been showing some images of it as it took shape. It has not been until now when it is shown in all splendor Divergent The Dagger, a quite striking looking naked motorcycle whose chassis has been created entirely using 3D printing technologies.

As confirmed by the company, thanks to the use of materials as light and resistant as carbon fiber, chassis weight is about 50% lighter compared to the same model manufactured using traditional techniques. At a much lower weight we have to add the installation of the same supercharged motor that gives life to the Kawasaki h2r, a block whose power is higher than 300 horsepower.

Divergent The Dagger, a naked with performance of heart attack.

Personally, I have to confess that seeing a naked on screen not only with such a peculiar and attractive aesthetic, but also that you have to be very sure to manufacture a chassis, this time in carbon fiber using 3D printing techniques that, in turn, It must be able to withstand the elements in power and performance of a supercharged engine whose final power is even higher than that used by MotoGP prototypes.

Thanks to this incredible project, Divergent has finally shown how the company has continued an unstoppable growth that, today, allows them not only to create small parts for different manufacturers, but also to be able to manufacture much larger and more elaborate pieces. As a final detail, tell you that this motorcycle has been exhibited at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

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