Curvoxels team develops seamless 3D printing tech at Bartlett school of architecture
29 February 2016
The possibility of using robots for large-scale, architectural 3D printing is being investigated. The custom design allows for not only much more rapid printing; it also means less material, and the ability to create highly detailed, filigree-like structures.
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