Physicist And His 11-Year-Old Son, Build A Lamborghini Aventador Using 3D Printer (Photos & Video)
Lamborghini Aventador Using 3D Printer
A Colorado physicist whose name is Sterling Backus, and his 11-year-old son, Xander, built a Lamborghini Aventador using 3D printer.
One interesting thing about their work is that it’s full size. The car won’t be a proper Lambo because it contains Corvette V8 engine. It also has various other parts procured from junkyards. It also has a Porsche component fitted into it. According to the physicist, the final outcome will look like the real thing regardless of the various components used.
The father and son also posted a video of their work as they were test driving it around their house. They hope this their project will inspire more kids to get interested in STEM education. STEM education is an approach of learning and development that integrates the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.