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Injection 3D Concrete Printing: Are We Moving Towards the Manufacturing of More Complex Structures?

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In Germany, researchers from the Technical University of Braunschweig are working on the development of a new concrete 3D printing process. They are injecting a fine-grained concrete into a non-hardening carrier liquid. When the carrier is removed, the researchers create intricate designs which would be impossible to produce.

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