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This week we look to the future as we talk about some impressive 3D printing technology and Martian concrete.

Robots such as these will be used in 2017 to 3D print a steel bridge over a Dutch canal.

Robots such as these will be used in 2017 to 3D print a steel bridge over a Dutch canal.

Gary L. Parr is editorial director of Commercial Architecture magazine, and Paul Nutcher is president of Green Apple Group.

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3D printing a steel bridge
This Robot Can 3-D Print A Steel Bridge In Mid-Air, Fast Company

3D printing the Palmyra Arch
3D-Printed Replicas of Palmyra Arch to be Installed in New York and London, Chelsea Blahut, Architect Magazine

Martian concrete
Scientists develop Martian concrete for building architecture in outer space, DeZeen magazine

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