Making of CyberBike / 3D Printing an Electric Motorcycle
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– 27kW peak power
– 3,2kWh battery
– 3kW built in charger
– 120kmh max speed (75 MPH)
– Range over 100km (62 miles)
– Custom 3D printed panels
Price of CyberBike: 6,800 Euro
Price of eBike v4.2 (completed base model): 5,000 Euro
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Music by: Epidemic Sound
5:25 rip headphone users hahaha
5:25 Holy Shit ! That blew my ears off xDDD
Ladislav which software do you use for design?
I can’t wait to get one of this bike ! maybe you can adjust it for my height 😀
krasna prace. jaka je cena?
Is the frame welden in house?
I love ebikes but thing thing is inspiring me to get my motorcycle license. I can’t wait till it’s finished.
Most of the e bikes at this price point
don’t seem worth it (stealth b52) this
seem well worth the money and the quality
of the bike . I want one so bad lol!
Nice work bro 👍👍😁
looks awesome. I am sure you have looked into this, but I think you might benefit from using a lasercutter to cut your mdf, in which case, you would have the dimensions already made to make the transition into 3D modeling. Also, have you tried using thicker Acrylic boards instead of printing for hours on end?
Please make a full video on this bike
How to make its frame and what’s size
Looks sick, like the way the bike sits,can’t wait to see it in action.👍💯🚴
Hodne dobry! Odkud jste, myslim cast CZ? 🙂
i heard about your protoype going into the market. Congrats to you and your gf
Good job bro awsome i like it Me too make it
I love your work. You’re a great craftsman.
dear sir I am making the one new cyber bike in the my design I hopefully chose to you my design please it is my Viber number please contact me 01680870956
How to register it as street legal?
Good day what is the specs of yung motor hub and battery /thank u
How to make
cant wait for textured panels with see through leds, panels integrating gopro mount, and cup holder panel!
All good til you get to the next frame and it’s a mm different 🙈 blame those damn welders… oh wait. 🤨😫
Hi Ladislav, I am Neisser and I live in Chile, your cyberbike is simply great, I wonder if it can be built here in Chile if you sell a tutorial or a step by step of that model.
I always watch you video and I love ebike but I have no money buy .
Loved the work u did on the cyber bike love the 3D printed panels 👍
Sal cat ma costa un cadru din asta
Very cool thanks.
Can you share your CAD file so others can leverage?
Olá gostaria de saber se vc vende o gabarito do quadro dessa bike elétrica
I envy you! What you do seems like a lot of fun, though probably challenging.
great genius 👍🚵
this is just great, thank you!
Super, jako vždy
WOW! This is exactly how I want to see people using 3D printer tech! Not for useless trinkets and toys but for very crucial prototyping! I love how you showed all of your versions of each design so we can see the progress. You’re on you’re way to 1mil subscribers in no time. Also, cool music!
Hi Ladi, do you personally hand make all the Cyber Bikes?
Great work brother, you’re taking it to a whole new level!
1:47 use safety gogles !!
You got Skillz Man 🤙🏼 Oh and I used to operate a Holz Her edge banding machine when I was an apprentice 👍🏼🚐💨
great to see your progress ! 🙂
IIRC you are using PETG for the panels. Keep in mind that PET is not the most stable filament if it comes to UV rays. While I did a lot of parts for my e-bikes in PLA and PETG, I am perfectly aware that things might degrade in terms of stability and take in concern I have to reprint them again. For a commercial e-bike (which the CyberBike might become one day if I understood you correctly) using something like ABS or ASA might be a better option. Both filaments are a bit more picky in regard to printing environment (e.g. closed room for the 3D printer with possibly stable temperatures). Also bed adhesion is sometimes not refered to as very good. I have only fiddled around with PLA and PETG. So I do not really know 🙂
I am currious how things turn out. Hopefully you will provide some infos on the controller and the display as well.
These 3D flat/angled panels seem pretty simple. If you need help designing something complex in 3D let me know, I’d be happy to help seeing these took so much effort on your part. Cheers.
I am hiren from India can you share your design of ebike with me?
Bike is spare parts
Hi Ladislav, it is amazing what you doing just perfect. I think in the future you should be owner of some big factory electric bikes. Just wait some big and reach will come and help you !!! I have some ideas for you also.
– mAybe some parts should be little more curved shapes – smoove I mean to not get so much dirt inside small holes and courves.
– what about rains? water slpash ? is everything sealed well?
– shape your bike is nice but little from 80´s (just my opinion) maybe some more futuristic curves and shapes ?
– what material is frame? (carbon will be very light – maybe too expensive?) is aluminium?
Anyway everything what you doing is very profissional and well made.
Congratulation Ladislav !!!!
Kéž by jsi věděl jak moc ti fandím,Ladiku….. 😀 Cyberbike vypadá parádně!
everything cool – but a piece of aluminum sheet cut and folded by hand – would have done it too. 😉
I don’t know much about e-bikes yet. but I am a trained vehicle manufacturer and am interested in motorcycles and their design. it looks too much like a bike for motorcycle performance. I am currently building my first pedelec with German bicycle approval. if you are interested – check out my Instagram account.
rather 3d printer a big back bracket so you have space to mount breaks/signal lights and a number plate.