The M_Wall by the Bot Laboratory is a 3D-printed construction made from a resilient form of plastic. DesignBoom provides more details on the design stating that "the m_wall demonstrates its structural integrity from a single pass with the 'ultra high speed' process, measuring a thickness of over 1/4 inch (6.35mm)."
As such the wall is a sturdy design, made over the course of ten hours, separated into two different sessions. The coloring on the wall is also important to note, as it takes on an interesting pattern with a black bottom half and white upper section. The question is whether or not this design could be produced on a bigger scale for construction companies to use.
Photo Credits: designboom, botlaboratory
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