This is the world's first 3D printed powerboat. Boasting a sleek, shiny coat of paint in ‘snapper rocks blue’, MAMBO spans 6.5 meters long by 2.5 meters wide. With a dry weight of approximately 800kg, the boat is equipped with a navigation system, cork flooring, white leather seats, and 115 cv engine. The vessel was built by Italy’s Moi Composites Srl. who say their uniquely-shaped boat cannot be achieved with traditional manufacturing. Instead, it was built using Moi's Continuous Fiber Manufacturing process which uses a computer and 3D printer to simultaneously build and shape the boat by adding individual layers of composite materials that are then cured by laser. The boat was unveiled at this year's Genoa International Boat Show.
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Manchester United’s Champions League hopes are hanging in the balance but OleGunnar Solskjaer is confident they will bounce back against RB Leipzig. “Weknow the destiny is in our own hands,” United boss Solskjaer said lookingahead to next week’s trip to Germany. “We know that we play against a goodteam obviously. Leipzig were in the semi-final last year, but we aredeveloping into a better team as well."
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Euro zone factory growth cooled last month as renewed coronavirus lockdown measures hurt demand, according to a survey which showed Germany remained the driving force behind the bloc's manufacturing recovery. Francis Maguire reports.