In the Future, We’ll 3D Print That Bridge When We Come to It

In the Future, We’ll 3D Print That Bridge When We Come to It

Dutch startup plans the MX3D Bridge, constructed through 3D printing, over Amsterdam canal

Jeb Brack
  • 23 june 2015

It’s a fascinating blend of the old and the new: robots in the heart of Amsterdam 3D printing a graceful steel bridge over a 17th century canal. That’s the vision behind the collaboration between Dutch startup company MX3D, construction company Heijmans, and designer Joris Laarman, who hope to begin work on the pedestrian bridge in September of 2015.

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