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World's first 3D printed steel bridge over Amsterdam canal

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Alumni in Logistics

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04.03.2018

The Dutch capital of Amsterdam is well-known for its historic architecture, canals and bridges, but also for its forward-thinking outlook and technological innovation, and a recent 3D printing project will soon see both these sides of its character expressed. Dutch company MX3D has completed the world’s first fully 3D printed steel bridge. We have previously reported on the innovative 3D printed designs of MX3D co-founder Joris Laarman, and this bridge is the company’s most ambitious undertaking so far. It is due to be installed in the city’s famous red light district, over the Oudezijds Achterburgwal canal.

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