3D Printed Concrete Key to Better Structural performance

Researchers at Pennsylvania State University believe 3D printed concrete may improve structural performance, a smaller ecological footprint and seamless integration between transparent and non-transparent materials in a report by RD Mag

 

The team consist of architects, structural engineers, electrical engines, mechanical engineers, material scientists and other experts who are now developing a type of printable concrete material that can be applied with a nozzle using a robotic 3D printer to create a viable, strong structure built layer-by-layer.

 

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