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Hyundai Subsidiary Aims to 3D Print Housing Communities

LTG Lofts to go, a PropTech company from Germany, and Black Buffalo 3D Corporation are on a mission to create 3D printed communities. The two are joining together in a strategic…

Pikus Concrete Teams Up with Sika to Expand Concrete 3D Printing in the US

“3D Printing Coming Soon” is one of the latest announcements on the Pikus Concrete website, showing a commitment to digital fabrication that may be sweeping the industry due to a…

3D Printing in Construction: Cementitious Materials & Fiber Reinforced Mortar

Pshtiwan Nasruldeen Shakor recently submitted a thesis, ‘Investigation of Cementitious Materials and Fibre Reinforced Mortar in 3D Printing,’ to the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and…

International Research: Evaluating 3D Printing Concrete with Sisal Fibers

Researchers from France and the UK are delving into 3D printing in construction and experimenting with parameters in materials. Releasing their findings in ‘Rheological properties of 3D printing concrete containing…

Researchers Assess the Use of 3D Printing Geo-Polymer Concrete

In the recently published ‘Life Cycle Assessment of 3D Printing Geo-polymer Concrete: An Ex-ante Study,’ authors Yue Yao, Mingming Hu, Francesco Di Maio, and Stefano Cucurachi examine the development of…

Researchers Develop Novel Mixture of Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composite Material for 3D Printing

When being used to 3D print structures like bridges and houses, cement needs to be able to sustain the weight of the layers being extruded on top of it. Additionally, in…

Group of Russian Machining and 3D Printing Companies Constructs 3D Printed Residential House

Using 3D printing technology in the construction sector has led to bridges, an office building and a laboratory in Dubai, a hotel and tiny houses, and even full-size homes and villages….

Thai Company SCG Develops Custom 3D Printable Cement for 3D Printing Houses and Structures

While 3D printing homes still sounds like something that only happens in science fiction, the technology is coming along nicely. There are naturally a few hurdles to overcome before it…