The University of Maine just set three world records in one fell swoop.
Using the world’s largest prototype polymer 3D printer, a UMaine team built the world’s largest 3D-printed boat, which also happened to be the world’s largest solid 3D-printed object — and a new time-lapse video lets you watch the vessel’s record-setting, three-day construction come together in half a minute.
UMaine’s Advanced Structures and Composites Center unveiled the 3D-printed boat during a ceremony on Thursday, with officials from Guinness World Records on hand to confirm that the group had indeed set three new records. At the end of the event, the team tested the seaworthiness of its 25-foot-long, 5,000-pound ship, dubbed 3Dirigo, in UMaine’s Alfond W2 Ocean Engineering Laboratory, which features a multidirectional wave basin and a high-performance wind machine.
According to a UMaine press release , 3Dirigo isn’t even […]
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