MCSC teams with Marines to build world’s first continuous 3D-printed concrete barracks
180822-M-ZZ999-005.JPG Photo By: Courtesy photo

Aug 23, 2018
MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va. - The world's largest concrete 3D printer constructs a 500-square-foot barracks hut at the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center in mid-August in Champaign, Illinois. Marine Corps Systems Command teamed up with Marines from I Marine Expeditionary Force to conduct a field user evaluation to inform future requirements for cutting-edge technology and autonomous systems. (Courtesy photo)


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