Amsterdam to host first 3D printed footbridge, but without a clear path to larger infrastructure

As Lux prepares to host Lux Executive Summit Europe this week in Amsterdam, the city is also poised to host a fully 3D printed steel bridge across one of its canals. Designer Joris Laarman plans to use two of MX3D’s 6-axis robotic-arm-based 3D printers to construct the bridge in open air, buildin...

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