A large crowd gathered for the launch of the CFAM 3D printer.

Huge 3D printer uses fibres, making prints much stronger

A construction hall on the outskirts of Delft was the scene of a special presentation, last November. A crowd gathered around a large box that was hidden from view by a curtain. It gave the visitors the idea that some exotic beast was ready to put on show. And in a way it was, because behind the curtain stood one of the biggest 3D printers in the world.  

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