New York may use 3-D-printed pilings to save its crumbling waterfront. It’s crazy enough that it just might work. Really. Not kidding. 

New York may use 3-D-printed pilings to save its crumbling waterfront. It’s crazy enough that it just might work. Really. Not kidding. 

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    A novel 3D printing solution for New Yorks waterfront.