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UC Berkeley Showcases World's 1st 3-D-Printed Cement Structure

from Global Post

Researchers with University of California at Berkeley have unveiled the first-ever structure made solely from printed cement pieces, so as to demonstrate the capacity and versatility of 3-D printers. The research team, led by associate architecture professor Ronald Rael at Berkeley's Environmental Design (CED) College, created the small pavilion known as "Bloom" in one year, to prove that this type of technology can go a long way. The structure was built by printing 840 bricks of cement and then assembled them together. more


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