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3D Printhuset erhält erstes EU-Patent für Printedus BOD2 Construction-3D-Drucker

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Im Rahmen einer von der belgischen Organisation “KAMP C” in Auftrag gegebenen Ausschreibung erhielt das in Dänemark ansässige 3D-Druckunternehmen 3D Printhuset das erste EU-Patent für einen Konstruktions-3D-Drucker namens Printedus BOD2 für die Bauindustrie. Ob es sich nun um bionische Betonstrukturen der TU München, um 3D-gedruckte Häuser in der niederländischen Stadt Eindhoven oder doch um das [...]

Der Beitrag 3D Printhuset erhält erstes EU-Patent für Printedus BOD2 Construction-3D-Drucker erschien zuerst auf 3Druck.com – Das Magazin für 3D-Drucktechnologien.

3D Printhuset 3D printed houses backed by Antwerp

3D Printhuset, a Danish 3D printing reseller, service provider and developer, has reportedly won the “first EU tender ever for a construction 3D printer” with Kamp C in Belgium. The sustainability and innovation driver for construction in Antwerp Province, Kamp C has acquired Printhuset’s BOD2 3D printer and plans to use the machine in its […]

Code of 3D printed houses cracked by TU Eindhoven professor’s equations

When it comes to 3D printing, processes are often developed and defined using trial and error, because so many aspects of the technology not yet fully understood. This is particularly the case with 3D concrete 3D printing, which is becoming increasingly popular in construction. Prof. Akke Suiker, professor of Applied Mechanics at the Eindhoven University […]

Code of 3D printed houses cracked by TU Eindhoven professor’s equations

When it comes to 3D printing, processes are often developed and defined using trial and error, because so many aspects of the technology not yet fully understood. This is particularly the case with 3D concrete 3D printing, which is becoming increasingly popular in construction. Prof. Akke Suiker, professor of Applied Mechanics at the Eindhoven University […]

Interview: Henrik Lund-Nielsen CEO 3D Printhuset, advancing 3D printing for construction

In 2017, 3D printing for construction has started to gain more coverage. While some of the projects using 3D printing to make buildings may never develop beyond the well polished renders, and highly shareable video content, other enterprises are advancing with tangible results. That’s not to say the technology is new. In 2015, I visited […]

3D Printhuset completes 3D printing for Building On Demand

Danish 3D printing company 3D Printhuset has completed the printed structure of the Building on Demand (BOD), a 3D printed office-hotel stated to be Europe’s first inhabitable 3D printed building. The BOD, printed on site in Nordhaven, Copenhagen, will now be fitted and furnished. While there were problems that delayed the BOD’s planned completion date […]

No shape is too complex for 3D printing Austrian construction firm Overtec

3D printing buildings in Europe has seen a steady process this year. Denmark’s 3D Printhuset has only just laid the foundations for its project, and BatiPrint3D is completing its first 3D printed social housing unit for the City of Nantes. Russia’s Apis Cor 3D, which has successfully 3D printed a number of structures, is currently dealing […]

3D Printhuset bringt erstes 3D-gedrucktes „Büro-Hotel“ nach Kopenhagen – Update

Das dänische 3D-Druck-Unternehmen 3D Printhuset zeigt mit dem 3D-Druck des „Building on Demand“ (BOD) in Kopenhagen das erste 3D-gedruckte Gebäude, das europäischen Baurichtlinen entspricht.  11.09.2017: Der 3D-Drucker für das Projekt wurde speziell von 3D Printhuset entwickelt und verfügt über einen Bauraum von 8 x 8 x 6 Metern. Mit dem System lassen sich sich 20 […]

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3D Printhuset lays foundations 3D printed office-hotel in Copenhagen

Building on Demand (BOD), the latest venture of Danish firm 3D Printhuset, marks a major breakthrough for additive manufacturing in construction. The concrete office-hotel structure occupying just under 50 metres of floor-space, is due to be 3D printed in Nordhaven, Copenhagen’s docklands area, and will be Western Europe’s first inhabitable 3D printed building. Building on […]