The First Robotically 3D-Printed Concrete Column and Performance Stage #ArtTuesday #3DPrinting #ConcreteChoreography




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These organic seeming columns were actually 3D-Printed in less than 3 hours!

Via Design Milk:

Concrete Choreography is the collaborative efforts between Digital Building Technologies and the Origen Festival in Riom, Switzerland, an installation consisting of nine 2.7m tall columns. Each column is 3D printed in layered extrusions of concrete, resulting in a muscular bio-organic extension that only requires 2.5 hours to print, a process made possible through technology developed by ETH Zurich, with the support of NCCR DFAB.

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