Multifunctional urban mobility platform
The Streetroller is a multifunctional urban mobility platform by Cmi-Europe (now Route2B). It can be used in an urban environment to travel the last few kilometres to the city centre, shopping malls, holiday parks, etc. The Streetroller tops at maximum speed of 20 km/h and can travel up 20km on a single battery charge. The steering column is height adjustable and the complete steering column can be folded backward for storage. The four wheel layout allows for luggage transport on the back half of the platform. With the steering column folded forwards, the Streetroller converts into an electrical assisted freight trolley.
The Streetroller prototype is manufactured in cooperation with several Dutch suppliers.
Mooredesign.nl was highly involved in the project for the concept and responsible for design and engineering of the proof of concept, prototype and 0-series.
Patented steering column pivot point
Several tooling types were used to realize the prototype and 0-series:
3d printing / rapid prototyping, foam modelling, vacuum moulding, cnc-machining and sheet metal bending. Mooredesign.nl delivered all the files required for manufacturing.
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