More research on foam-based structural 3D printing shows a way to significantly reduce CO2 emissions.
Cybe announced a new construction 3D printing material that is nearly carbon neutral, and this changes the game completely.
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at the recent increase in 3D printing taking place in Pakistan.
COBOD announced a breakthrough material that could revolutionize the use of construction 3D printing.
Charles R. Goulding and Joseph Castine build on foundations of advanced concrete 3D printing with a look at SIKA’s involvement.
A prototype lunar landing pad has been designed by students and 3D printed by ICON.
Researchers are exploring ways to use local soils and materials for 3D printed buildings, but it seems to be quite complex.
With all the attention being given to construction 3D printers, we thought it wise to see what an actual construction worker thinks of the technology.
We just learned a lot more about the COBOD BOD2, the world’s largest construction 3D printer.
Why do construction 3D printing? It seems that there is a big need for consultants to help architects, builders and others discover concrete 3D printing.
Could concrete ever be 3D printed in complex ways? This may come true according to research on how to reinforce extruded concrete for construction.
Where will concrete 3D printing lead? Will the construction industry undergo a revolution from computer controlled concrete extrusion? What will buildings look like?
A more sophisticated construction 3D printer has been announced by ICON.
This week’s selection is “3D Concrete Printing Technology: Construction And Building Applications” by Jay G. Sanjayan, Ali Nazari and Behzad Nematollahi
Today we’re looking at yet another new construction 3D printer, this time from S-Squared.
Researchers have developed a way to 3D print strong cement structures, but why couldn’t this be used in all 3D prints?
Sustainability is a major issue in today’s world, and additive manufacturing may be able to help the concrete industry lower CO2 emissions.
The WASP Project is set to announce a large-scale construction printer.
3D Systems teamed with a team from UC Berkeley to 3D print an intricate architectural structure, perhaps the largest cement structure ever 3D printed.
A partnership between Bruil and 3Dealise has produced a unique method of 3D printing concrete.
Two years ago we wrote on Contour Crafting’s experiments with building-sized 3D printing, in which they were designing a house-sized 3D printer assembly to extrude concrete into shapes suspiciously resembling buildings. The concept is almost unbelievable, where you could erect most of a house at the push of a button (and a few deliveries of… Continue reading Design-Worthy Cement Printing