YouTuber 3D Prints Remote-Controlled Baby Tesla Cybertruck
Tesla might have unveiled the mighty Cybertruck back in November 2019; however, it is taking some time for it to get here, with the release date being in 2021. Those who have pre-ordered the truck are getting restless and YouTuber ItsYeBoi is one of the few who doesn't want to sit around for Tesla to deliver.
In this video, he 3D prints his own Cybertruck since he is tired of waiting and wants to skip the lines and all the waiting. Well, thanks to the miracle of engineering that is 3D printing, doing such a thing is possible, but of course, comes with a twist since he basically prints a baby Cybertruck.
Not only you can watch the process of building and printing a miniature Cybertruck, but the YouTuber also takes you on a ride through multiple jumps on real roads while also tackling off-road terrains.
Now the only thing he should do is to share the 3D printing files on Thingiverse or somewhere else so that everyone, especially those who won't be able to get one in 2021, can print their own mini-Cybertruck. Those who also happen to own a 3D printer of course...
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