When you start to use the new Elizabeth line stations next year, among its many achievements will be the first large scale use of 3D-printing in concrete. The use of 3D printing has made possible one of the more distinctive features of the future Elizabeth line stations — the curved concrete panels that will line the inside of the passenger tunnels and some stations, and sinuously glide around corners in a way never seen before in a tube station. Although it has been technically possible to ...
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