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Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia could be finished soon thanks to 3D printing

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Sagrada Familia in Barcelona is perhaps one of the longest active construction projects on the planet. Work began in 1882, when the beginnings of architect Antoni Gaudi's design graduated from 2D into 3D. Ironically, over one hundred years later, modern technology's




 

 

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Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia is perhaps one of the longest active construction projects on the planet. Work began in 1882, when the beginnings of architect Antoni Gaudi‘s design graduated from 2D into 3D. Ironically, over one hundred years later, modern technology’s gift of 3D printing is helping the basilica get a little closer to completion as BBC’s Spencer Kelly reports. Although there is still much work left to be done to complete Gaudi’s vision, the church is already structurally sound, open to the public, and completely stunning.

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