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The Texas National Guard Just Unveiled the Largest 3D Printed Structure in North America (Defense One)

Patrick Tucker

The recent unveiling of an entire barracks building 3D-printed with concrete showed off the latest example of the U.S. military putting additive manufacturing to work. But at least one expert says the Pentagon is still too wary of the new techniques. On Monday, the Texas Military Department, which comprises the Texas Army and Air National Guard, cut the ribbon on a 3,800-square-foot barracks that will house 72 soldiers or airmen at the Camp Swift Training Center in Bastrop, Texas.

The Texas National Guard Just Unveiled the Largest 3D Printed Structure in North America – Defense One