Category Archives: WinSun

US Army creates new 3D printing concrete composite for rapid construction of buildings

The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), a federal agency under the Department of Defense, has developed and patented a concrete composition that enables 3D printing for building components demanding high structural strength.   Using this composition, the USACE can potentially accelerate construction of buildings for a wider variety of military and civilian operations. Cement […]

World’s first 3D printed bus shelter is first of many for planned community

A 3D printed bus shelter, the first of its kind in the world, has been manufactured and put into use in Fengjing, China. The bus shelter was produced entirely from recycled building waste by Yingchuang Building Technique, also known as WinSun, a Shanghai-based company specializing in 3D printed structures. The bus shelter is itself a pilot for […]

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 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 […]

WinSun könnte Trumps Mauer zu Mexiko für geringere Kosten mit 3D-Drucker herstellen

Eines der umstrittensten Projekte und Wahlversprechen des US-Präsidenten Donald Trump ist der Bau einer Mauer an der Grenze zu Mexiko. WinSun Gründer Ma Yihe sagte kürzlich in einem Interview, er könnte den Mauerbau mit der Hilfe seiner 3D-Drucker für 60% der veranschlagten Kosten in kürzerer Zeit realisieren.  WinSun mit Sitz nahe Shanghai hat immer wieder für […]

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