Designing a 3D-Printed Ducati Motorcycle!

3D printing expert Jacky Wan returns to our studio to share his amazing Ducati superbike print–a model consisting of over 40 3D-printed pieces using his Ultimaker. Jacky explains the process of converting a visual effects model into this print, how the pieces fit together, and how he painted and finished it. You can even download the model to print for yourself! The rider was designed by Mike Balzer.

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by Mike Balzer from slo 3D creators (

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Shot by Joey Fameli and edited by Norman Chan

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Designing a 3D-Printed Ducati Motorcycle!

20 thoughts on “Designing a 3D-Printed Ducati Motorcycle!”

  1. I love the shirt. I want one. Was going to watch that movie last night but got caught up in building my RC plane. Going to watch it tonight. I have the opening score burning through my head right now. Giving me goosebumps.

  2. In the future, does anyone know if it will be possible to 3D print a life size Taylor Swift model in real flesh material? It doesn't have to move, talk or think etc
    Thanks in advance.

  3. There is a guy in prison that makes models out of commissary trash. I think you you should host a "create-off" haha.

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