LEGOS INTO SANDSTONE WITH 3D PRINTING. I posted here on an art project by Jan Vorman which consists of plugging cracks in buildings in New York City with Legos. I have also posted several times, including here, on what is being accomplished with 3D printing. Now Legos, stone, and 3D printing are combined in one blog post. Here is a post by Ethan Siegel on the Starts With a Bang blog in which a video shows the use of 3D printing to integrate Legos into sandstone.
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