The 3D-printer experts at Create Café in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan responsible for the trailer recorded the progress throughout the nine-day job. Despite having to tackle the high temperatures whilst it printed throughout night and day, and an unexpected software reboot, they were able to successfully print the 600-pound object and are hoping to develop larger versions including a 16 -oot and 19-foot truck bed models.
Unlike traditionally manufactured campervans, “The Wave” won’t leak and doesn’t require a chassis. The trailer is yet to be fitted with appliances, electronics, and windows but will be available to purchase by the end of the year and customized to suit your every need, for instance, the team have designed the trailer to convert into an ice fishing cabin. Currently, they are researching ways to reduce vibrations during the print so that they can get the print time down to under a week.