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3D printed cellular fabrication.

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3D printed cellular fabrication creating a matrix of polymer in any shape.

As specified by Platt Boyd, Branch technology CEO, “this project is an example of democratized design freedom where the unique ability of 3D printing to create mass customized panels allow buildings to break out of the box of typical construction methods. For those early adopters, creating something distinctive in the market says to their clients we’re willing to think differently and do things differently to create value for our clients.¨

Branch Technology completes the first 3D-printed commercial building envelope in the United States.

 

The worlds largest structure assembled with 3D printer

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Branch Technology and Thornton Tomasetti’s Core Studio have created the world’s largest 3D printed structure for OneCity in Nashville, TN.
The worlds largest structure assembled with 3D printed parts.