Aiming to solve the above-mentioned problems and other issues, we will gather highly motivated professional members and make use of 3D printer technology and robot technology to solve the problems of housing construction on a global scale.
Our 3D printing architecture is a technology that builds physical structures by the way of gradually increasing building materials using special printing ink, which has met the construction standard and has a practical function, according to predesign architectural drawing procedures. We integrate design, construction, equipment, new material, and application into a new system.
The chair for Digital Building Technologies researches in new building technologies based on the seamless integration of computational design methods, digital fabrication and new materials. In this context, DBT investigates additive manufacturing strategies in architecture, which have the potential to challenge traditional paradigms of construction. The aim is not only to rationalize the fabrication process and improve the quality of buildings, but also to open up radically new design-solutions.
Our construction company, relying on its own experience, having studied the proposal for fencing in the regional construction market, decided to apply an innovative technology of 3D concrete printing to create a new product - Crafting fence.
The construction sector has always been very close to the heart of BESIX Group and therefore also forms the company's core activities. In recent years, the construction sector has been working hard on catching up with regard to digitization and innovative tools. This technological progress is mainly in the design and design of buildings and structures. With 3D concrete printing , BESIX Group is taking the next step towards a digital implementation of projects.
HANNAH is a multi-disciplinary design research practice based in the US and Germany. HANNAH works on projects at various scales - ranging from master planning to buildings to installations - internationally collaborating with developers and architectural practices in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and the United States.
We 3D print components for highly complex parts that can not be made using conventional production methods. As a service provider, we print molds for other foundries. 3-D printing technology makes it possible to design new and unimagined forms in the field of architecture.
We 3D print molds for the most complex parts that are not conventionally manufacturable. As a service provider, we also print molds for other foundries. Thanks to 3D printing technology, new, unimaginable shapes can be created in the field of architecture.
Architecture on Earth plays a critical role in the way we live. On Mars, this role reaches a higher level of importance since architectures are machines which keep us alive. In space architecture, every design decision is of great consequence to the success of a mission. Structures must be resilient and interior layouts must function around mission demands. But since sustained social and mental health is also mission-critical, space habitats should offer an element of humanity. The result is a credible and evocative habitat with an alien yet familiar beauty.
RCAM Technologies is developing Reinforced Concrete Additive Manufacturing methods for manufacturing mega-scale and highly loaded structures such as ultra-tall wind turbine towers, wave-energy devices, industrial applications, and civil works.
Additive Manufacturing with concrete offers new possibilities to engineers, architects and designers. The process allows for highly articulated designs and frees concrete of its formwork. Our objects express our understanding of design, the fabrication process and concrete itself. If you do want to realize your own design please do not hesitate to contact us
Architects Giovanna Cornelio, Massimiliano Locatelli, and Annamaria Scevola founded CLS architetti in 1993. Davide Agrati joined later in 2005. Design in its various scenarios is the spine of the firm, which focuses on the architecture of new buildings, residential buildings, shops, and showrooms across the globe. The residential buildings created by CLS architetti are the result of the firm’s close and direct relationship with clients, which develops through diversified interventions finding the perfect balance between existing projects and new ones. Continuous research on space and materials and the design of details have allowed CLS architetti to collaborate with major players in the fashion industry, creating bespoke concepts that find their expression in shops, offices, showrooms, and fittings. The firm’s approach also translates into the design of furnishes for bespoke and corporate projects. These furnishes are made in collaboration with highly skilled workers, combining tradition and innovation. Some of these creations are showcased in major design galleries. CLS architetti has studios in Milan and New York. The firm has a team of over 60 professionals, including architects, engineers, and designers.
Slipwell Industries was founded in Southwest Missouri with the dream of improving the way stairwells, elevator shafts, and concrete walls are constructed. Our dream is rapidly becoming a reality, and we plan to be on the market by the first quarter of 2018.
Siam Cement Group (SCG) was established in 1913 following a royal decree of His Majesty King Rama VI to produce cement, the main building material for infrastructure projects that greatly contributed to the progress of the country during that
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.
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.
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.
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.