Printing the 1961 series II Aston Martin DB4
January 11, 2014, 21:14:07 CET | mm-inews

Front view of the replica
Mr Ivan Sentch from New Zealand has such a passion for classic cars that in the early months of 2013 he has took it upon himself to build his own replica of a 1961 series II Aston Martin DB4.

Using a 2nd generation solidoodle 3D printer and a lot of patience, Ivan Sentch has begun assembling his replica based on a purchased 3d model from TurboSquid; a 3d model resource website.

Each part of the 3D model needed to be chopped up using 3ds Max and converted so the parts could be printed and then assembled later.

Parts from a Nissan Skyline GTS25T will be used for the internals, such as the engine, suspension, drive train etc.




The project is actively ongoing and you can check the progress at Sentch's website.

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