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We enable designers and companies to realize tailor-made designs at any scale in any building. Together we set a new standard in large scale bio-based 3D printing, towards a more personal, beautiful and sustainable future.
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Adv anced Manufacturing has been highlighted by the EU as one of the key enablers to support and promotion of business research and innovation in key enabling technologies. Therefore, a number of objectives, aligned with pursuing the large-scale targets, have been set for advanced manufacturing through four pillars: technology, economic, social and environment.
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It was important for us to create a precedent, to show in practice that 3D construction technology is working, " says Alexander Maslov, general director of the AMT Group, managing the construction. - at that time to print the house - it was something from the realm of fantasy. We set the task to make it real. To paraphrase the words of the famous song, they took a fairy tale to make byl. Printing was done in the shop on the smallest printer. Printed the building in parts (the walls of the house, decorative elements, the tower), were taken to the construction site and collected as a designer. Since then, of course, the equipment has been improved: the speed of printing has improved, and the quality has improved. But even our first model showed itself as a reliable and efficient equipment . " For printing used construction printer S-6044, serially produced by AMT-SPETSAVIA. This model is a portal type with a working field of 3.5 x 3.6 x 1 m. The printer prints standard M-300 sand concrete, i.e. that can be purchased in almost any store building materials. Printing is done with layers 10 mm high and 30 to 50 mm wide. The speed of printing walls is up to 10 sq.m / h.
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Obayashi pursues the potential for the future of the space elevator from a construction standpoint, and describes a newly-designed, whole-space elevator system, including its construction process, which we designed on the basis of work by construction engineers who completed the world's tallest free-standing tower, TOKYO SKYTREE®, in 2012.In the following animation, a space elevator which climbs from the Earth Port as a departure port for people to Geostationary Earth Orbit Station at a height of 36,000 km is featured.
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Group of Companies SPETSAVIA is engaged in the manufacture of professional CNC equipment since 2009. In 2013, we drew attention to the growing interest of the market towards the topic of 3D construction printing. At the moment, the company specialists have developed and launched a series of portal construction 3D small and large format printers. Undoubted advantages of our equipment are: simplicity, reliability, maintainability, high resource, licensed software, included in the delivery of all models. The main consumers are small business and reinforced concrete products. Printers use for making small architectural forms for landscape design, making elements and parts of buildings and structures with subsequent assembly, printing buildings directly on the foundations. The activity of the company is focused exclusively on the production of equipment, but nevertheless specialists SPECAVIA in December 2015 built a house on additive technology (3D printing method) near Yaroslavl. Our portal construction printers have been used in the Urals, Siberia, Moscow, St. Petersburg, throughout Central Russia, Rostov-on-Don, Stavropol and Krasnodar, in the Crimea, Kazakhstan and Moldova.
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Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. is a leading global services provider operating in the dredging, maritime infrastructure and maritime services sectors. The company provides creative and innovative all-round solutions to infrastructural challenges in the maritime, coastal and delta regions of the world with services including the construction and maintenance of ports and waterways, land reclamation, coastal defense and riverbank protection. In addition, Boskalis offers a wide variety of marine services and contracting for the oil and gas sector and offshore wind industry as well as salvage solutions (SMIT Salvage).
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PassivDom is an Ukrainian technological startup “Passive House Ukraine”. We produce autonomous self-learning module houses made using 3D-Printing.PassivDom is the first totally autonomous house in the world that doesn’t need any fuel combustion even in Arctic climate conditions.The module uses only ecologically clean solar energy for all inhabitants’ needs: climate control (heating and cooling), water generation, air quality and oxygen control. The house itself produces electricity for all household appliances.
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XtreeE develops advanced large-scale 3D printing technology for the architectural design, engineering and construction sector.
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Ai Build
Ai Build™ is a London based company that is focusing on improving the way we make and experience our built environment. With a team of uniquely experienced professionals, we are developing innovative products and technologies that push the boundaries of automation and human-space interaction.
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Fouche 3D Printing, Creator of the Cheetah 3D printer with a 1 cubic meter build volume.We know that we have a unique product. We hope and trust that it will provide jobs, change the way that products are manufactured- small batches that require less storeage, and that it will inspire creativity! ABS granules are used as the raw product for filament, therefore our cost per print is significantly lower. Our cost per kilo is less than $4/kg for ABS granules. As standard, we use a 3mm nozzle and get a 0.5 Kg\Hour flow rate. 1mm, 2mm, 4mm, 5 mm, and 6mm nozzles are also available.
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WASP (World Advanced Saving Project) is an Italian company specializing in the production of Delta type FDM 3D Printers. The company stands out for the vision of its founder Massimo Moretti, whose dream is to be able to develop a 3D printer capable of printing houses in an completely eco-fiendly way to help solve some of the worlds housing issues. Through the sale of its first 3D printer, the PowerWASP, WASP was able to develop a prototype for a 3D printer capable of printing with a particular type of clay material suitable - if the technology were to be sufficiently scaled up, for making habitable houses.
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D-Shape is a new robotic building system using new materials to create superior stone-like structures. This new machinery enables full-size sandstone buildings to be made without human intervention, using a stereolithography 3D printing process that requires only sand and our special inorganic binder to operate.D-Shape is a new building technology which will revolutionize the way architectural design is planned, and building constructions are executed
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Yingchuang (Winsun) is a high-tech enterprise who is engaged in the research and development of the new materials for construction. It currently owns more than 90 national patent certificates.
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Slovenian company, launched the BetAbram house 3D printer in 2013. The three models available, P1, P2, P3, can be delivered within two month of ordering and finalizing payment. The larges model, P1, can 3D print parts as long a 6 meters and weights 250 kg.
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Based in Amsterdam, DUS Architects make public architecture – design that consciously influences everyday life. DUS designs things that make you feel at home in the world – from your favorite coffee mug to the neighborhood that you live in. To DUS, architecture is a craftsmanship, and all their work has a personal touch. As is shown by their most recent project, the 3D Print Canal House, where they are 3D printing an entire house as research into how new digital fabrication techniques can lead to affordable tailor-made architecture.
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Architecture has always harvested a close relationship with technological advances. Although this relationship had somewhat stagnated, over the more recent past Architecture has began to adopt technologies that are already well established in other fields, one of these being 3D Printing.

The Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC), based in Barcelona, has been, for some time now, exploring and investigating the potentials of additive manufacturing (3D Printing) applied to the architectural field, therefore implemented on a larger scale (eg. Minibuilders). With the interest of further developing the potentials of this technique on the large scale, and in view of the environmental and economic crisis, IAAC has been investigating the possibility of on site additive manufacturing and fabrication with local and 100% natural materials. The objective was to develop a technique that went beyond the robot – relying only on its mechanical properties – and allowing a design research based exclusively on the material properties and behaviour. This research process included the optimisation of material mix, using only natural additives, as well as optimizing fabrication times.

The Pylos research project develops 3D printing as a large scale construction method, moreover developed with natural, biodegradable, recyclable and locally found materials, an undeniable interest particularly in this time of economic and environmental crisis.

This material can not be other than soil. The project focuses on the natural properties of soil. Earth, or Soil, as a construction material has been used since Neolithic times. The advantages of an earth – soil structure are primarily related to both the environment and economy, being secure and friendly to our environment. Soil also offers the benefits of natural insulation, fire protection, air circulation,  low first cost, 100% recyclable structures, stiffness, great strength, thermal flywheel effect, low greenhouse emissions, regulating the climate and providing a healthy Indoor environment.

The project focuses on the behavior of the soil for 3D printing when mixed with other ingredients, towards a better understanding of the material, and potential composites.

The material results obtained through the development of the first phase of this research project are extremely promising a new, more than 96% based in soil, material that has 3 times higher tensile strength from industrial hard clay.

The importance of the material chosen for this additive manufacturing research is not related only to the unlimited existing quantity but also to decrease the emerging degree of embodied energy within the fabrication process, transportation hazards and production independent of electricity, fuel availability and greenhouses effects.

The  project is also inspired by one of unbaked soil properties. Soil can be recycled an indefinite number of times over an extremely long period. Old dry loam can be reused after soaking in water, so loam never becomes a waste material that harms the environment.

In a moment in which there is a boom in global population growth and urbanization, with a high percentage of this population living in low quality housing conditions, it becomes imperative to push for affordable architecture and housing: low cost quality solutions for developed and developing countries. Pylos has proven significant possibilities in terms of design variations, ensuring a sound structural quality, low energy consumption, and undeniable affordability (0.50€/kg). This project provides sustainable, low-cost, large scale solutions for the architectural scale through the digitalization and advancements of vernacular architecture and traditional techniques, creating a new vision for the future of the construction sector, architecture and the city.

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At Construction Automation, we are striving to disrupt the age-old real estate construction process with 3D printing and robotics. Our goal is to make homes across the world cheaper, sustainable and faster to build.
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"Branch combines freeform 3d printing technology, large scale industrial robots, and conventional construction materials to create buildings without design limits. We prefabricate mass customized wall panels for the Trillion dollar US residential and commercial construction market.Cellular Fabrication™ is the next evolution of construction, using 3D printed structures as scaffolds, to which conventional materials are applied forming the structure, insulation, and finishes of a building. Customers will be able to build designs long dreamt of, but which have never before been within the financial reach of normal construction budgets. We are democratizing design and opening a new era of architectural form."
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