If i had the cash to be spitting out 3d printed steel parts it'd be awesome, i mean fabrication wise people like sturdy cycles have it down, just cut the tubes to length and square then zip up the seam with the torch. I think its gotta be the future of all this bespoke frame building stuff, if you can afford the outlay to get the parts, its streamlines the fabrication process enormously. saves serious money, the time to build a frame would be almost nothing.
But why on earth would you want such a bike?
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