Investments are being made in 3D print companies every day, but they may not be very visible.
Construction 3D printing should eventually be a massive business, but when, exactly, will this occur?
Charles R. Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi look at how GE will handle 3D printing during its corporate restructuring.
Charles R. Goulding and Julia Wallace review some of the latest developments in construction 3D printing with CEMEX and COBOD.
Coming in hot just after COBOD and GE Renewable Energy announced a dedicated factory to 3D print wind turbine components, a big investment move took place.
COBOD’s wind turbine printing concept received a massive boost from a deal with GE Renewable Energy.
COBOD received an investment from a partner that will certainly raise the stakes in the battle for construction 3D print supremacy.
I’m beginning to think it is too easy to start 3D printing in concrete.
COBOD released an online construction 3D printer Configurator, the first I’ve seen from any provider.
To what lengths must a 3D printer manufacturer go in order to convince prospects to become customers?
Habitat for Humanity announced a project in Virginia has used construction 3D printing as part of the home building process.
COBOD announced a breakthrough material that could revolutionize the use of construction 3D printing.
Denmark-based COBOD announced a deal to 3D print dozens of homes in Kenya.
For many years, construction 3D printing has been mostly experimental or demonstrative. Now, that may be changing.
A new video attempts to expose the “lies” about construction 3D printing.
Construction company PERI completed 3D printing a residential building Germany, but it has some interesting design twists.
COBOD revealed one of their construction 3D printers is being used on a Habitat for Humanity project.
COBOD announced they achieved profitability in 2020.
A new project hopes to 3D print a school in Madagascar.
Three announcements foreshadow increased construction 3D printing in the US.
COBOD announced the completion of a notable construction 3D print in India, but there’s more to the story.
A joint venture in Africa is 3D printing buildings, and it appears to be a service designed for expansion.
COBOD announced their partner is using the BOD2 construction 3D printer to build a three-story apartment building in Germany.
Construction 3D printing is a relatively new discipline, and we made a list of the current players.
News from COBOD indicates they are to assist in the production of massive wind turbines by 3D printing large tower bases.
News from COBOD indicates the company turned a profit in 2019, meaning there is now a viable construction 3D printer market.
COBOD’s BOD2 construction 3D printer seems to be catching on as the company has made multiple sales of the new device.
Charles Goulding and Preeti Sulibhavi of R&D Tax Savers review the applications of large-scale construction 3D printing.
We just learned a lot more about the COBOD BOD2, the world’s largest construction 3D printer.
While we await livable 3D-printed homes and buildings, the field of additive construction is experiencing steady development.
3D Printhuset announced the creation of a new construction 3D printing company, COBOD International.