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The largest 3D printed building ever made has completed in Al Warsan in Dubai.
The building has been certified by the Guinness World Records as the largest 3D printed building and the first-ever two-story building to have been constructed using 3D printing.
The building is 9.5 meters tall and has a floor area of 640 square meters. It reportedly used 60% less waste compared to conventional construction methods.
3D printing has long been touted as a technology that is likely to revolutionize the construction industry, and this project is a big step in that direction.
It is hoped that 3D printing will help to speed up construction and reduce the costs of constructing new buildings.
3D printing allows buildings with complex shapes to be created with ease, allowing for more adventurous architecture.