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Adrian Smith uses a homemade 3D printer to create a mold that he then places carbon fiber into to craft the fully functioning bike he has dubbed the ‘Carbon Wasp’.

The costs of 3D printers have come down in recent years and are no longer the preserve of big businesses.

In Smith’s case, he built his own 3D printer up from scratch at relatively low cost.

Since then he hasn’t looked back and has built several inexpensive XC and Downhill bikes under his Carbon Wasp brand name in his home garage in Leeds, UK.

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