The World Record Of World's Biggest 3-D Bell Model Is Made On 8 February 2023 And Achieved By Devendra Kumar Arya And Team In Kota, Rajasthan, India. Er. Devendra Kumar Arya And The Team MADE The World's Biggest Fiber 3-D Model Of A Bell Of Height 9 Meters And Diameter 8.5 Meters Using 3d Print Technology In 8 Months AND HAS SET A RECORD FOR THE WORLDWIDE BOOK OF RECORDS ON 22 FEBRUARY 2023.
About world record holder Devendra Kumar Arya
Devendra Kumar Arya and his team had been working hard for the past two years to create the world's largest 3-d bell structure. After months of planning, he was finally ready to put his plans into action.
On 8 February 2023, Devendra and his team gathered at the site in Kota, Rajasthan determined to make history. Armed with a detailed plan and strong determination, the team slowly began constructing the giant structure.
The construction process was not easy as the structure had to be built in such a way that it complied with all safety regulations and didn't collapse during construction. With patience and skill, the team slowly completed their task and on 8 February 2023, Devendra Kumar Arya proudly announced that they had created the world's largest 3-d bell model.
Devendra Kumar Arya received many accolades for his achievement including being invited to attend several conferences on engineering and architecture around India.
It was the brainchild of a team of engineers and scientists who wanted to use 3D printing technology to make the world’s biggest fiber 3D model of a bell. The project had its fair share of challenges but the team was determined to make it happen.
The team decided to use carbon fiber as the material for the bell due to its lightweight and durable properties. After months of research and testing, they finally managed to create a blueprint. They then set out on their mission to build the model using their 3D printing technology.
The team faced numerous obstacles during the 8 months it took them to assemble the model, such as finding suitable materials, dealing with budget constraints, designing and constructing parts that were safe for handling without breaking them, etc.