Hochschule Coburg’s 3D printed ‘TOXIC’ racer is powered by a single drill

Hochschule Coburg's 3D printed 'TOXIC' racer is powered by a single drill

A team of students from a German university has built a single-person racing vehicle using 3D printing technologies. The impressive racer, called “TOXIC,” is powered by a single cordless electric drill—the kind you might find in your own tool kit. Last summer we wrote about the annual Akkuschrauberrennen (Cordless Screwdriver Race) that is hosted by the HAWK University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Hildesheim, Germany. For nearly a decade, the event has brought together students teams from various universities to design and build the fastest one-person vehicles operated by nothing but a cordless electric screwdriver. For the 2016 […]

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