Have you got access to a 3D printer? Well lucky you, because as we're rapidly learning, the possibilities are virtually endless. And if your tastes lean towards the automotive (as we'd assume they do if you're reading this page), we've got good news.

Porsche has just released 3D printing data for the Cayman S so you can three-dimensionally print out your own and customize to your heart's content. Now Porsche hasn't specified just to what scale the data will allow you to print your Cayman, but we have a feeling that'd mostly be limited by the size of the printer at your disposal. Check it out in the video below and follow the link to the Porsche site to download the file.


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      mitytitywhitey
      • 1 Year Ago
      How about if Porsche scanned 3d print files for every component. Now there's a fun idea!
        waetherman
        • 1 Year Ago
        @mitytitywhitey
        I love that idea. Reminds me of the guy who built a Countach in his basement. I think if I built a Cayman in my 4th floor walkup apartment I might have a harder time getting it out though - he just had to knock down a wall.
      OptimusPrimeRib
      • 1 Year Ago
      I actually work for a 3D printing company that Porsche uses to make prototype models. I'll see if I can sneak this into work tomorrow and print it out.
      Simul Taneous
      • 1 Year Ago
      Looks like my 4-year old's eraser
      b.rn
      • 1 Year Ago
      Let me fix the title for you: "Porsche wants you to 3D print your own ugly blob that vaguely resembles the shape of a Cayman"
      Guerro
      • 1 Year Ago
      "Have you got"? Really?
        Blue
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Guerro
        What do you mean "really"? Are you implying that this is not grammatically correct? If so, you are mistaken. As we can say "You have got a 3D printer", we can also ask "Have you got a 3D printer?" 'Have' is an operator in all dialects in this context. Americans are more likely to say "Do you have a 3D printer?", and speakers of British English will usually say say "Have you got". Neither is incorrect. Perhaps educate yourself before posting snide comments.
      malgu
      • 1 Year Ago
      Finally something useful I can print, might as well try it out right?