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Thursday, October 29, 2015

Inspired by origami, Lexus created the car of cardboard

Premium automotive manufacturers, Lexus issued a first car made entirely of cardboard. As reported by Adweek on Wednesday, October 14, 2015, the cardboard car produced by London-based prototypes and architectural models makers, LaserCut Works and Scales and Models. This may also be part of the automaker's effort to participate in environmental programs.
An electric-powered Lexus IS sedan out of cardboard. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1LMneyV)
Daniel Ryan, of LaserCut Works describes the extraordinary work as "a cross between animation and reality. There is a quality of a dream to see the familiar shape of the texture".
Dashboard view of the electric-powered Lexus IS sedan out of cardboard. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1WaftaR)
In the manufacturing process, they assisted by a skilled group, known as Takumi, who worked on the production section of Lexus. They showed the talent and skill to learn to fold paper.
Rear side view of the electric-powered Lexus IS sedan out of cardboard. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1LMneyV)
These origami car made using a piece of cardboard taped gradually, and equipped with doors, lights, and tires. A total of 1,700 ten-millimeter-thick cardboards are used, and each layer has a reference number to make sure it is installed in the right order.
The car also uses water-based glues wood must be dried for ten minutes before it was patched with new pieces. Then the electric motor also mounted on its steel and aluminum frame so as to allow the car can be driven as usual. No mention, what if the car is exposed to water? Considering that car made of cardboard. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ADWEEK]
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