3DVinci Creations, a 3D printing service bureau located in the city state of Dubai, provides affordable and accessible 3D printing solutions for a variety of applications, such as medical models and concrete construction. Earlier this week, the five-year-old company signed a comprehensive distribution agreement with London-based Ai Build that will help expand large-scale 3D printing in the United Arab Emirates.
Ai Build develops autonomous, large-scale, robotic 3D printers for factories of the future, and companies that use its proprietary hardware and software together end up reducing material waste and human labor, which in turns leads to time and cost savings. In the past, the company has partnered up with such industry heavyweights as Zaha Hadid Architects and KUKA Robotics. Now, thanks to this new distributorship agreement with 3DVinci Creations, its autonomous robotic 3D printing technology and Factory-as-a-Service business proposition will come to the UAE.
“Dubai has been at the forefront of 3D printing scene in the last few years, especially in Construction. We are very excited to become a part of this bold vision for the future of 3D printing set out by governments and authorities in the region,” said Daghan Cam, CEO of Ai Build. “As a fast-growing company, working with strong partners is critical for our success. The distribution agreement with 3DVinci Creations allows us to bring our disruptive technology into this vibrant market with an experienced key player in the region for large scale 3D printing.”
Next month at its Dubai headquarters, 3DVinci Creations will unveil its first AiMaker – Ai Build’s large-scale robotic 3D printing solution – so that the region can have access to the autonomous technology.
Additionally, the company has begun distributing more of Ai Build’s products across the region in order to help Dubai achieve part of its lauded, multi-tiered 3D printing strategy: ensuring that 25% of all new buildings constructed within the city state are 3D printed by the year 2030.
Manufacturers across the UAE will now be able to lease the AiMaker and AiSync cloud platform as a hardware and software bundle through 3DVinci Creations, so that they can autonomously 3D print large-scale products at their own facilities…bringing the technology another step closer to mass production.
“At 3DVinci Creations, we strive to find the right 3D Printing solution for our customers, helping them turn their concepts and designs into physical objects. With this distributorship agreement, we aim to provide cost effective and superfast large-scale 3D printing solutions to the GCC market,” said Edouard Baaklini, the CEO of 3DVinci Creations. “This agreement with Ai Build is an opportunity to bring quality large scale 3D printing closer to users in the region in order to reap the benefits it brings to the local market in terms of reduced labor costs, reduced material waste, sustainable eco-friendly additive manufacturing, use of recycled plastics, improved design capabilities, and reduced duration of production. With the potential of 3D printing to change the ways we design and build, it can truly contribute to creating a better and healthier world.”
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