Would you live in a 3d printed house? – 5

Following the series: Would you live in a 3d printed house? our 4th expositor is:

3D construction

4. 3D construction is a french company that counts with a 3D printer for concrete that is fast and has a low cost. The 3 part system consists of a fuel-providing station, a control system, and a robotic 3D printer that comes inside of a traditional container and is installed in the land. When the printer is done, it can easily be taken out by the door.

The machine’s robustness is due to its trustable hydraulic system that can face difficult land problems. It uses specific software that simplifies the impression with just a couple of clicks. The company’s goal is to deliver a key in hand solution for concrete 3D printing in a fast, safe, and economic way of production to the world.


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Innovation, managing, coordinating, and educating are my passions. I am available to support innovative and sustainable projects.


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