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3D Printer Printing Building, is No Longer A Dream, the Future can be Expected!

September 20, 2020

For 3D printers, many people may think that they can only print accessories or small items, but in fact, they can still print huge things. This giant is a building. Although it has not been officially implemented, I believe it will not be far away.

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Europe's largest 3D printer creates two-story building

Kemp C of Antwerp, Belgium, recently built a two-story 3D printing model building, which is known as the largest 3D printer in Europe.

This unnamed project covers an area of 90 square meters. It is built with a 10 meter × 10 meter cobodbod2 printer. The construction process includes spraying a unique mixture of cement from the nozzle and building the foundation structure layer by layer until the completion. After that, the workers went in for the final work, such as installing the roof and windows. The construction process took three weeks, but camp C estimates it is likely to be reduced to two days in the future.

"The compressive strength of this type of material is three times that of conventional rapid bricklaying," explains project manager Malik altz "In addition to the fibers in the concrete, there is also a very limited number of steel mesh used in the project to strengthen the structure," he said. Because of the printing technology, there is no need for templates, which may save 60% of the material, time and budget. "

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Europe's largest 3D printer creates two-story building

Kemp C of Antwerp, Belgium, recently built a two-story 3D printing model building, which is known as the largest 3D printer in Europe.

This unnamed project covers an area of 90 square meters. It is built with a 10 meter × 10 meter cobodbod2 printer. The construction process includes spraying a unique mixture of cement from the nozzle and building the foundation structure layer by layer until the completion. After that, the workers went in for the final work, such as installing the roof and windows. The construction process took three weeks, but camp C estimates it is likely to be reduced to two days in the future.

"The compressive strength of this type of material is three times that of conventional rapid bricklaying," explains project manager Malik altz "In addition to the fibers in the concrete, there is also a very limited number of steel mesh used in the project to strengthen the structure," he said. Because of the printing technology, there is no need for templates, which may save 60% of the material, time and budget. "

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