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Whopping Architecture Model Made Possible with Batch 3D Printing

Huge architecture model 3D printed by Champion 3D and assembled piece by piece at University College London School.
Close up from the ground.
Project manager and UCL student Chen Chen shows the algorithm used to generate the final shape. Josef Dunne of Champion 3D visits showcase to see how the 3D prints were assembled.
Model people (and one penguin) inhabit this intricate structure.
Each individual 3D printed piece is a cutout of a well-known modernist building.
The parts fresh off the print bed.
Surface quality? Pretty good.
The 3D factory at work.
He’s not here.
Abstract concept of mereology explored at UCL Bartlett School of Architecture.

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Jen Botezat

Plant lover and writer keen on gardening, 3D printing, DIY, renewable energy, and tennis. 🌿Founder of ladygreenwell.com 👒