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TU Delft students and MX3D's Arc Bicycle, which has a 3D-printed steel frame

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A drone that could fly to a patient suffering from a heart attack is one of a series of transport-related design projects by Dutch university TU Delft, which comes in at school number eight in our Hot List.

An aircraft featuring a hybrid engine and a continuous profile designed by a team of engineers and designers from the school joins a set of other projects that aim to improve aviation, while students combined the hot topics of robotic construction and 3D-printed design with the world's first 3D-printed steel bicycle.


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1. Arc Bicycle has 3D-printed steel frame created by TU Delft students and MX3D

2. KLM and TU Delft propose long-distance aircraft featuring wings that merge with its body

3. Ambulance Drone could deliver life-saving equipment "within one minute"

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