Printing with Concrete
Since they came out a few years ago, the capabilities of commercially available 3-D printers have radically expanded. At first, they could only print little things out of plastic, but now people have begun to print working cars and even bridges. People are actively experimenting with how to print with more materials like metals, and, more recently, concrete. Read the full blog post from SURF summer student Austin Thomas.
Learn more about NIST research into 3D printing of concrete, a process that could save time, money and materials.