Eindhoven, The Netherlands – When consortium De Huizenprinters set out to 3D print a structure in 2018, they had just completed initial trials of developing concrete for robotic additive manufacturing. At that time, they still had little knowledge of robotics and a material mix that could only stack 30cm high before collapsing. Now, 4 years later, they have completed an impressive first in 3D concrete printing – a fully printed concrete shell structure pavilion. What’s more, the project was completed without the need for rebar or custom formwork.
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