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World’s First Flying 3D Printer Built to Clean Up Radioactive Nuclear Sites

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Scientists at the Imperial College London have developed the world’s first flying 3D printer. Using small, preprogrammed drones, Dr. Mirko Kovac and his team from the Aerial Robotics Laboratory have built prototypes that promise to one day go where no human




 

 

Scientists at the Imperial College London have developed the world’s first flying 3D printer. Using small, preprogrammed drones, Dr. Mirko Kovac and his team from the Aerial Robotics Laboratory have built prototypes that promise to one day go where no human dares go—into a damaged nuclear reactor to contain and remove leaking waste.
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