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INNOVATION: The First-Ever 3D-Printed Steel Bridge

“Pedestrians in Amsterdam can now cross the world’s first 3D printed steel bridge.

The architectural work required 4.9 tons of stainless steel and four years of research.

Intelligent sensors on the bridge will monitor stress, movement, vibration, and temperature.

It was built by four industrial robots and entailed six months of printing.”

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