- 1.504 cubic metre(s)
- China ()
The largest 3D printed structure consists of 1.504 m³ (53.11 ft³) of 3D printed material and was achieved by RISE Immersion Subject English (China) for their structure ’3D Printed Future City’, unveiled in Beijing, China on 20 August 2016.
The 3D printed structure consists of 5,370 3D printed bricks which were combined through the brick's integral connection system. It measured 10.658 m in length, 10.324 m in width, 3.401 m in height (at the highest points). The material used in the printing was PLA (Polylactic Acid).