3D printing has made great leaps in recent years, though now those leaps will be literal: a Dutch construction company is teaming up with software giant Autodesk and a 3D printing company to 3D print a steel bridge in Amsterdam. They'll use robotic arms equipped with a specialized welding device that crafts steel structures, drop by drop, in mid-air. The exact design and its location have not been finalized but the group has already produced several smaller-scale models; they aim to complete the project by mid-2017.
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