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Construction company Apis Cor shows us the future of residential housing; a building 3D printed in just 24 hours at a cost of $10,154 dollars.
MIT researchers are developing an autonomous construction rig that uses 3D printing and robotics to quickly create structures.
A Dutch architect is planning to use a unique 3D printer to construct a large building in the shape of a “Möbius Strip” infinite loop.
Tongue firmly in cheek, Ukrainian tech startup PassivDom sets its sights on changing the world with affordable, off-the-grid housing.
Plans are afoot to build a new tourist attraction in Russia, a scale replica of Winterfell from Game of Thrones that’s 3D printed in concrete.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory has showcased the potential of large scale 3D printing with this fully functional excavator build.
Caterpillar is helping doctors 3D print heart models in unlikely collaboration with OSF Healthcare in Illinois.
Cazza is a Dubai-based start-up which has released ambitious plans to use “crane printing” and build the world’s first 3D printed skyscraper.
At MADE Expo, keep an eye out for Politecnico di Milano’s ACTLAB’s Trabeculae Pavilion. Inspired by nature, made possible with 3D printing.
Olympia Entertainment worked with Stratasys Direct Manufacturing to illustrate new District Detroit area with large-scale 3D printed models.
New pedestrian bridge designed by the Institute of Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) is 3D printed with micro-reinforced concrete.
Ai Build showcases Daedalus Pavilion at the GPU Technology Conference in Amsterdam, a 3D printed structure built by intelligent robots.
A 3D printed pavilion inspired by nature is a first in Europe, showcasing the future of sustainable architecture with additive construction.
Forget chunks of ugly 3D printed concrete. “Fossilized” uses a new method for printing concrete that yields unbelievable results.
Reports circulate that Chinese company Zhouda duped investors for billions of dollars, based on ability to build a house from 3D printed parts in 3 hours.