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Constructing a 3D-Printed Bridge in Amsterdam

Question asked by Ramani Aswath in #Coffee Room on Jun 27, 2015
Ramani Aswath
Ramani Aswath · Jun 27, 2015
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Quote:Three-dimensional printing is leaving the confines of printers and finding its way into the worlds of civil engineering and architecture. One such example comes from MX3D, which is replacing the layering process in regular additive manufacturing with 6-axis industrial robots to extrude curved lines, creating 3D structures out in the open. Currently, the robots are building a steel bridge that will span a canal in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Endquote
https://machinedesign.com/3d-printin...m=email&elq2=e2b7d892ebe74cb9a3c774170f454dc9 Posted in: #Coffee Room

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