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India presents the world’s first 3D printed temple

A partnership between Apsuja Infratech, a leading Hyderabad-based construction company, and Simpliforge Creations, a specialist in 3D printing for construction, has unveiled the world’s first 3D-printed temple in India.

The temple, located in Charvitha Meadows, Burugupally, Siddipet, Telangana, India, is an example of combining technology and nature with sustainability. The temple, with an area of approximately 250 square meters, consists of three parts and houses three sanctuaries dedicated respectively to Lord Ganesha, Lord Shankar and Goddess Parvati.

The structure was 3D printed by Simpliforge using an in-house system and locally developed materials and software. A few weeks ago, we already reported on a prototype 3D-printed bridge made by the company. For more on 3D printing in the construction industry, check out this review.

The 3D-printed temple also has a video posted on LinkedIn:

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