Would you live in a 3d printed house? – 4

Following the series: Would you live in a 3d printed house? our 3rd expositor is:


  1. COBOD: The danish built the first 3D-printed building in Europe. It was a printer that uses concrete. The printer is modular, that is why it is easy to maintain, move and configure. It can also use any type of concrete or mortar. Its last model solves a persistent problem in most printers, “the sausage walls problem”, it refers to the tube form that comes from the extruder that smooth the wall while it is printing. They are showing that it is possible to build a house with European standards.


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