Category Archives: Arup

Milan Design Week opens with the most beautiful 3D printed house yet

Milan Design Week 2018, or Salone Del Mobile Milano, is in full swing in the global taste-making capital of Northern Italy. This week, in an exhibit made for 3D printing enthusiasts with an eye for architecture, UK design firm Arup and Italy’s CLS Architetti put the finishing touches on the 3D HOUSING 05 project – a 100 square […]

Bringing classical architecture back with 3D printing

EDG, a New York city based architectural design studio, is using 3D printing to restore and recreate intricate details in historic architecture. Classical style, 3D printed Inspired by the slated demolition of a historical building on New York’s Fifth Avenue, EDG began planning financially viable ways to restore other old buildings. Speaking to Designboom, EDG […]

Arup and CLS Architetti 3D printing concrete house for Milan Design Week

Architecture firms Arup, UK, and CLS Architetti, Italy, are 3D printing a concrete house as part of their 3D Housing 05 project, for this year’s Milan Design Week. Designed to be disassembled and moved, the house will be 3D printed over the course of a week, on site at Milan’s Piazza Cesare Beccaria. It will feature a […]

3D printing news Sliced, Arcam, Robo 3D, Ultimaker, Formlabs and UnionTech

This edition of 3D printing news Sliced features stories from Formlabs, Ultimaker, Paragon Rapid Technologies, Royal DSM, AmorePacific, Robo 3D, Arcam, Materialise, IOP, Victrex, Reflow, OmniDynamics AMUG, JustPrint3D, Suzhou Chuzhibao Internet of Things, National University of Cordoba, BIOLIFE4D, Tonkin Liu, PearlGreen and Arup. New products from Ultimaker, Formlabs and UnionTech 3D printing company Ultimaker has launched two […]

Arup Uses 3D Printing to Create Tensegrity-Inspired Structural Bridge Parts

(MetalMiner) 3D printing with metal uses a laser to combine metal powder into a shape. Now, companies in the automotive and aerospace industries are utilizing this new type of production to create more complex and lighter parts. When Arup, a global engineering firm, was tasked with creating components for a bridge that didn’t follow conventional… View Article

Engineering Firm Arup Develops a New Method for 3D Printing Steel Joints

(AustralianManufacturing) UK engineering firm Arup has developed a new method of designing and 3D printing steel joints in complex projects. Arup engineers have managed to prove that 3D printing steel joints will drastically reduce the cost and time needed to make complex nodes in tensile structures, pointing towards a completely new way of utilising additive manufacturing. By redesigning a steel node for a light weight structure, the team proved that 3D printing has no bounds and can have numerous applications “in the real world,” especially in construction and engineering. The company funded the development work and has partnered up with WithinLab, CRDM/3D Systems and EOS to exploit the full potential of steel 3D printing.

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Arup entwickelt 3D-Druck Technik für Baustahl – Update: neues verbessertes Design mit 75% Gewichtsreduktion

Das Londoner Ingenieurbüro Arup wurde 1946 gegründet und gehört zu mit weltweiten Niederlassungen zu einem wichtigen Unternehmen in der Branche. Die Firma war unter anderen für bekannte Bauten wie das Sydney Opera House, die Allianz Arena oder das Nationalstadion Peking (“Vogelnest”) verantwortlich. 7. Juni 2014 – Nun haben Entwickler von Arup bekannt gegeben, dass sie

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