Kawasaki KX 450 F 3D Core 2019 Alvaro Dal Farra

Kawasaki KX 450 F 3D Core 2019 Alvaro Dal Farra
Alvaro Dal Farra

Kawasaki KX 450 F 3D Core 2019 Alvaro Dal Farra

Kawasaki KX 450 F 3D Core 2019 Alvaro Dal Farra

Kawasaki KX 450 F 3D Core 2019 Alvaro Dal Farra

Kawasaki KX 450 F 3D Core 2019 Alvaro Dal Farra

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Kawasaki KX 450 F 3D Core 2019 Alvaro Dal Farra
Alvaro Dal Farra

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This Kawasaki KX 450 F was largely created using a 3D printer.

Kawasaki KX 450 F 3D Core 2019 Alvaro Dal Farra
Alvaro Dal Farra

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The 2019 KX 450 F served as the basis.

Kawasaki KX 450 F 3D Core 2019 Alvaro Dal Farra
Alvaro Dal Farra

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The project was realized by Alvaro Dal Farra.

Kawasaki KX 450 F 3D Core 2019 Alvaro Dal Farra
Alvaro Dal Farra

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Many parts of the cladding were made using the 3D printer.

Kawasaki KX 450 F 3D Core 2019 Alvaro Dal Farra
Alvaro Dal Farra

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Former FMX pro Dal Farra wants to use the 3D Core to express his love for motorcycles.

Kawasaki KX 450 F 3D Core 2019 Alvaro Dal Farra
Alvaro Dal Farra

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The 3D bike was created in collaboration with Codoro Studio, Skorpion Engineering and several other accessory manufacturers.

Kawasaki KX 450 F 3D Core 2019 Alvaro Dal Farra
Alvaro Dal Farra

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Fork protectors from the 3D printer.

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Alvaro Dal Farra

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How much Dal Farra spent on the renovation is not known.

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Alvaro Dal Farra

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When it comes to coloring, Dal Farra is based on the Malaguti Grizzly from the early 1980s.

Kawasaki KX 450 F 3D Core 2019 Alvaro Dal Farra
Alvaro Dal Farra

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A first test drive with the 3D-Kawa is still pending.

Kawasaki KX 450 F 3D Core (2019)

Kawa from the 3D printer

Former freestyle and motocross professional Alvaro Dal Farra has put a spectacular version of the Kawasaki KX 450 F on its wheels using a 3D printer.

In developing the so-called Kawasaki KX 450 F 3D Core, Alvaro Dal Farra worked together with Codoro Studio, Skorpion Engineering and a few other accessory manufacturers. Most of the built-in components were produced using the 3D printing process. Dal Farra chose the 2019 model year Kawasaki KX 450 F as the base model.

Color scheme from the 80s

As mentioned at the beginning, most of the parts of the Kawa 3D Core such as the tank, the fairing parts, the fenders, the fork guards and the swing arm were made with the help of a 3D printer and attached to the frame of the KX 450 F. An HP printer was made available by Skorpion Engineering for the implementation.


Alvaro Dal Farra

Numerous components of the 3D Core were created using a 3D printer.

Dal Farra’s colors were based on the Malaguti Grizzly from the early 1980s. According to his own statements, the spark jumped over the then 3-year-old youngster and his passion for motocross bikes was sparked.

By the way, Dal Farra did not reveal how much money he invested in the Kawasaki KX 450 F 3D Core. A normal 2019 KX 450 is available from 9,915 euros. With the 3D Core, the creator says he wants to express his love for motorcycles. It worked out pretty well, as the author of this article thinks.

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