Thursday, October 13, 2016

SHoP-designed pavilion to include the largest one-piece 3D-printed object in the world

The largest 3D printed object in the world is a trim and drill tool created by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) for Boeing. The tool is as long as a typical SUV and is used by the company to build the wings on its 777X aircraft. However, it will not be the record holder for much longer, as ORNL are back at it again and, with the help of architect SHoP, will be 3D printing an even larger object.

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