The city of Chicago reconstituted in 3D printing
To be located in a city, tourists and residents are used to using a map or a geolocation service. The Chicago Architecture Foundation has gone one step further by completely reconstructing the city of Chicago using 3D printing. This "work in progress" work required 9 months of work to print more than 1000 3D models of buildings arranged on a space of more than 100 m2. Thanks to the 3D stereolithographic printing process, citizens can now fully understand the city of Chicago and its architectural treasures. If you want to download free 3D models related to architecture in order to realize projects with your 3D printer you can take a look at the "Architecture" category of the Cults website.
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