Audience record for BMW at the Technical Museum
- It is rare to see so many interested in this type of arrangement in the evening, really pleased with so much crowd says Karsten Larsen, President of the Association Technical Museum friends.
Multiple 3D printed innovations
During the evening discussed substance 3D printing intensively led by Willy Silberstein , moderator for the seminar. Among other things, demonstrated a 3D printer capable of printing human organs such as ears. Dominik Rietzel from Next 100 is 3D printed. At the same time, he showed examples of how 3D printing has also become an important instrument to recreate parts for BMW classics from the past.
Dominik Rietzel were also to so-called "side scuttles" , for the DriveNow will in the coming weeks to organize a competition where you as a customer of DriveNow have the chance to win 100 bonus minutes * drive for them personal MINI cars available in November.
The personal signs, side scuttles, the cars are 3D printed with the same: Oscar, Alice, Einstein, Polhemsplatsen and Curie as the car has been in DriveNow app.
Participate in social media
In order to participate in the competition should be tag your two friends on facebook or instagram that you think should test DriveNow and write a short explanation of why you are the rightful winner. The competition starts on Monday 6 November and ends on Sunday 19 November