A 3D-Printed Parkour Park Opens in Prague

A parkour park created by 3D printing is open in Prague, Czech Republic.

The construction method, which allows for the "free shaping of concrete," is financially attractive, according to the CEO of the company, "because we don't have to build complicated molds that we would only use once."

According to one parkour enthusiast, the park offers "variability, because you have different shapes that can be 3D printed, the park offers jumps that you can't do anywhere else."

(AFP)

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