Future of Construction Process: 3D Concrete Printing

Concrete Printing Process developed at Loughborough University in the UK is capable of producing building components with a degree of customisation that has not yet been seen. It could create a new era of architecture that is adapted to the environment and fully integrated with engineering function.

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11 thoughts on “Future of Construction Process: 3D Concrete Printing

  1. polymer cement by 3D printing is thousands year old ALL one have to look at GIZA pyramids and Sumerian tablets

  2. I like Frank Lloyd Wright. The Johnson Wax building. Can you make a Lilly pad? To hold up the ceiling. Long hollow tube, flair at the top, reinforced with steel mesh.

  3. what material is used in construction. tension is how taken care. what is mode of repair. is it earth quake resistant. what is cost comparasion
    pl clarify

  4. Other 3D printing techniques use flanges either side of the dispensing nozzle to give better results. Also, I think the general public needs more hand-holding with the benefits of this technology.

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