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My only question is about the engine, if created using a 3-D printer. Can it hold up to the pressures and heat generated constantly in a running automobile engine?

My only question is about the engine, if created using a 3-D printer.  Can it hold up to the pressures and heat generated constantly in a running automobile engine?

“Guy building Skyline-based Aston Martin DB4 replica using 3D Printer”

http://autos.yahoo.com/news/guy-building-skyline-based-aston-martin-db4-replica-193043575.html

“A New Zealand native by the name of Ivan Sentch is “sculpting” his very own Aston Martin DB4 in his garage using a 3D printer, and basing it mostly off a Nissan Skyline GTS.

Having only been in use of the Solidoodle desktop 3D printer since December, software engineer Sentch admits he’s new to the whole process, but seems to have picked it up relatively quickly. Painstakingly printing out each 4-by-4-inch section one at a time, he’s done an extremely impressive job and says on his website that the project is about 72% complete.”

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By Doug

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