World’s first 3D-Printed Bridge is completed

World’s first 3D-Printed Bridge is completed

October 23, 2018

World's first 3D-Printed Bridge is completed

World’s first 3D-printed steel bridge is completed and will be installed across a canal in Amsterdam.

The 3D-printed bridge created by Dutch robotics company MX3D, mathematicians from The Alan Turing Institute and Arup, will stand in mid-air over a canal.



MX3D, said:

“We have set a vision in which robots would be able to autonomously 3D print infrastructural interventions in our built environment.

We hope it will be installed in summer. We just started the permit process as we have now all the positive results from the tests.

The city just started the renovations work on the canal wall we have been waiting for two years. This work could be done in six months.”

World's first 3D-Printed Bridge is completed



By | 2018-10-23T10:25:57+00:00 Oct 23, 2018|Categories: Architecture, Technology news|Tags: , |

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