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Record-Setting 3D Printed Structure Goes Up in Nashville

Record-Setting 3D Printed Structure Goes Up in Nashville

Written by Paul

July 26, 2018

The 20-ft-tall bandshell at ONEC1TY Nashville is made of 3D-printed segments. Pushing the limits of additive-manufacturing processes, 3D-printing startup Branch Technology recently completed installation of a bandshell in Nashville, Tenn., that it says is the largest 3D-printed structure in the world. At 20 ft tall and 42 ft across, […]

Pushing the limits of additive-manufacturing processes, 3D-printing startup Branch Technology recently completed installation of a bandshell in Nashville, Tenn., that it says is the largest 3D-printed structure in the world.

At 20 ft tall and 42 ft across, the bandshell is composed entirely of segments printed out by Branch’s robots in the firm’s distinctive freeform, open-cell structural style. The bandshell has no steel elements other than base plate connections.

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