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Using 3D-printed molds to create unitized window forms

3D-printed molds help create unitized window panels for One South First, a residential-commercial high-rise in Brooklyn, N.Y.

January 12, 2022

COOKFOX designer Pam Campbell and Gate Precast's Mo Wright discuss the use of 3D-printed molds from Oak Ridge National Lab to create unitized window panels for One South First, a residential-commercial high-rise in Brooklyn, N.Y. Featured: Pamela Campbell, LEED AP, Partner, COOKFOX Architects; Mo Wright, Director of Architectural Services, Gate Precast Company.  

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