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    It is Finished — 3D Printing The Forbidden City

    Last October, Leapfrog 3D printers started 3D printing China’s ‘Forbidden City’ in its entirety, in collaboration with Dutch museum De Nieuwe Kerk and the Chinese Nanjing Museum. The project was an ongoing one conducted as part of the Ming exhibition at De Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam, which is running from October 5th 2013 until next Sunday, 2 February 2014. To complete the project two printers have been working day and night to print all 980 buildings and Leapfrog has just announced its completion — including temples, halls, houses, gates, towers, bridges and walls — and, a frog.…
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