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Application: North America’s Largest 3-D Printed Structure Started as a Mesh
Posted Tue April 19, 2016 @08:47AM
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Application By Bruce Hilbert, Ph.D.
Algorithms | Optimization
Branch Technology

On 20 September 2015, my new employer, 3-D printing company Branch Technology, revealed its latest build at the Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA). The 18-foot-tall sculpture was featured as part of MODA’s Designers, Makers, Users: 3D Printing the Future exhibition . Designed by renowned architect Keith Kaseman, co-designer of the Pentagon’s 9-11 Memorial, the sculpture TN-01 shows what is possible when 3-D printing is applied at architectural scale.

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