Building the future with 3D printing

| November 16, 2016

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We are using 3D printing to create components that help us visualise and communicate the construction process. Our experts explain how this process will revolutionise the industry. With subtitles. #expertengineers

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CSCEC Middle East

CSCEC Middle East L.L.C. (hereinafter referred to as CSCME) is instituted as a major overseas operational enterprise of China State Construction Engineering Corporation Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as CSCHQ). CSCME is an established contractor that provides multi-disciplinary (i.e. Building, Infrastructure and MEP work) Engineering and Construction services in the UAE with headquarters in Dubai.

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