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World’s first 3D-printed steel footbridge unveiled by Queen Máxima in Amsterdam

World’s first 3D-printed steel footbridge unveiled by Queen Máxima in Amsterdam

World’s first 3D-printed steel footbridge unveiled by Queen Máxima in Amsterdam

The world’s first 3D-printed steel structure, a ‘living laboratory’ bridge co-developed by Imperial, has been unveiled by Queen Máxima in Amsterdam.

The bridge, which is over four years in the making and is led by Dutch company MX3D, will be a ‘living laboratory’ in Amsterdam’s city centre. It was unveiled in July 2021 by Her Majesty Queen Máxima of the Netherlands.

Using its vast network of installed sensors, Imperial College London researchers will measure, monitor and analyse the performance of the novel 12-metre-long structure as it handles pedestrian traffic.


Read the article here: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/news/226533/worlds-first-3dprinted-steel-footbridge-unveiled/