A project by the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia and Tecnalia brings 3D printing to the Construmat fair 2017 in Barcelona. During the course of the fair, the pavilion was 3D printed on-site.
The IAAC explains that they are rethinking the process of construction with On Site Robotics.
Learn more at 3DPrint.com.
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