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Date PostedJuly 6, 2015

Dubai Builds World’s First Fully 3D-Printed Office


Source: www.constructionenquirer.com

Dubai has recently revealed its plans to build the 1st fully functional 3D printed building in the world as part of its Museum of the Future.

The building will be 2,000 sq ft in size and will be printed layer-by-layer using a 20-foot tall 3D printer. Once printed, the parts will take a matter of weeks to assemble.

The building will be the most advanced printed structure ever built of this size and will also be the first to be actually occupied. Could this be the construction method of the future?

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