Not that long ago, innovative 3D printers hit the market exciting the imaginations of hobbyists and engineers. 3D printing has come a long way in a very short time. For example, MX3D, a highly innovative company in Amsterdam can now print metals and resin in mid-air, without support structures.
As an ultimate test of this technology, MX3D is poised to print an intricate and ornate metal bridge at a special location in Amsterdam.
“The bridge will be designed by Joris Laarman. That process using new Autodesk software will be a research project in itself. It will sync with the technical development and take into account the location. The project is a collaboration between MX3D, design software company Autodesk, construction company Heijmans and many others.” ~ MX3D
This technology and others like it are about to change a great many things and open up construction and design possibilities never before possible.
Watch this short amazing video and try to imagine what the future holds!
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