World’s First 3D Printed Architecture

Posted on January 23, 2013 by mary

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A Dutch architecture firm intends to use huge 3D printer to complete the floor project of such extremely distorted circular building. First, use sand and binder to print the framework of overall module. Then, water fiber reinforced concrete and put them together to form complete two-floor building. Sincerely hope the project will help architects achieve more crazy idea!

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