An Ohio company has filed a patent for a 3D-printed bridge, and it’s already been spotted in the construction industry.3D-printing technology is often used in the aerospace and aerospace engineering industries, where it’s often used to print parts on a laser printer.
However, it can also be used to create other types of structures like bridges and bridgeships, as well as in the automotive industry.
The Ohio-based company, X-Print, says it has successfully 3D created a 1,000-foot long (320 meters) 2-meter (6.2 feet) high 3D Printed Bridge at a cost of $5 million.
X-Print says the 3D design will be finished within two weeks.
It will be attached to a 3-D printed wooden frame and be constructed out of 3D plastic resin.
X’s team says the bridge will have a height of 500 feet (152 meters), and it will feature a top deck that can hold 3,000 people.
The design is based on the design of a building at the same location, which was 3D produced by the University of Michigan.
“We’ve worked for a long time with people who’ve been building bridges for many years, and this is the first time we’ve seen the first real bridges in a 3d-printed design,” X-print founder Dan O’Brien told The Associated Press.
“This bridge is going to be the tallest structure in the world.”
O’Brien said X-prints a bridge for a number of reasons.
First, it’s a bridge, he said.
The company says the design has to be able to withstand heavy loads.
“There’s a lot of people out there who want to build a bridge and it just doesn’t work,” O’Briens said.
O’s Bridge will also have the capability to be transported. “
It has to stand up to a lot more.”
O’s Bridge will also have the capability to be transported.
The 3D model is available online and can be printed using an open-source 3D printing technology called Shapeways.
It’s not yet clear how the bridge would be used, but O’Brian said it would be a great way to get people to learn about 3D printers.
“People who want more information on 3D materials can go to the University, they can see the materials being produced and they can use them,” he said, “but you’re not going to get the same level of quality in the 3d printing.”