Berkeley researchers pioneer new powder-based concrete 3D printing technique

Berkeley researchers pioneer new powder-based concrete 3D printing technique

The Bloom pavilion is said to be the first and largest powder-based 3D-printed cement structure built to date (Photo: UC Berkeley) 3D printing looks set to become very important in architecture, but we’ve yet to see exactly how the future of large-scale click-and-print construction will play out. A potential step forward comes via a team of UC Berkeley researchers led by Associate Professor of Architecture Ronald Rael, who recently […]

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