Teams from Waterloo Engineering took the top two prizes in a recent international student design competition involving the use of 3D printing technology to manage the heat created during energy generation, conversion, transfer and storage.
Professor David Correa didn’t know quite what to expect when he launched a class for graduate students at the School of Architecture to explore the potential of a new 3D printer for clay.
Six months later, he couldn’t be happier with the one-of-a-kind projects they produced after being challenged to design and build small walls made out of bricks.
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