The Trayser E-Bike Can Be Maintained With 3D-Printed Replacement Parts

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Apr 1, 2016
References: ettindustries & theguardian
The Trayser is a high-tech e-bike, developed by New Zealand-based company ETT, that is just as noteworthy for its peculiar appearance as it is for its structural characteristics.

The most unique feature of this e-bike is the fact that it is the very first e-bike available that allows you to 3D-print replacement parts. All you have to do is visit the Shapeways website and order the 3D-printed replacement part. If you're confident about your own 3D-printing skills, you can even 3D-print parts yourself or build your own.

As far as performance specs are concerned, this e-bike is powered by a 42-volt lithium ion battery that gives it a range of up to 60 miles.

However, the ability to 3D-print replacement parts is what makes the Trayser truly stand out in the e-bike field, as it's a feature that could revolutionize the way people upgrade and alter e-bikes going forward.