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DE Editors’ Chat: Rapid + TCT Conference, Ansys Indy Autonomous Challenge, 3D-Printed Bridge, More
DE Editors discuss traveling to Rapid + TCT Conference, virtual car race hosted by Ansys, use of simulation in the Olympics, a 3D-printed bridge made by 3X3D, more
MX3D Makes 3D-Printed Robotic Arm, Lenovo and AMD Partner for New Workstation, Autodesk Releases Generative Design Extension, More
MX3D Makes 3D-Printed Robotic Arm, Lenovo and AMD Partner for New Workstation, Autodesk Releases Generative Design Extension, More
3D-Printed Bridge Nears Completion
MX3D essentially printed the structure in mid-air using a technique that involved extruding metal droplets that were fused to form solid lines.
Future Shock: 3D Printed Bridge Meets Smart Sensors
Driven by the startup MX3D and backed by the Amsterdam City Council, the proposed 12-meter-long stainless steel bridge will use a smart sensor network from Autodesk and partners.
World’s First 3D-Printed Bridge Paves Way to a New Era of Construction
The first fully functional 3D-printed bridge is the brainchild of MX3D, a Dutch technology startup.
Printing Steel in Mid-Air
MX3D welding-based print technology has been used to print a bicycle frame, and will help create a single-piece bridge in Amsterdam.


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