Dutch Company Concr3de Proposes Rebuilding Parts Of Notre-Dame Using 3D Printing

A construction company in the Netherlands that specializes in 3D printing is proposing to rebuild parts of Notre-Dame Cathedral that were damaged by the fire.

Rotterdam-based Concr3de is offering its services to help put back the more than 850-year-old French cathedral to its former glory using 3D printing technology.

To prove that it is more than capable of doing the job, the company has already recreated one of the stone gargoyles found on Notre-Dame’s rooftop.

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