Sustainable materials

Transforming Paper into 3D cardboard is an innovative world of 3D Printing Paper

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Learn about [XYZAidan]’s ingenious process that turns recycled paper into versatile 3D cardboard-like objects, reducing waste and promoting sustainability. The 3D-printed molds shape the paper pulp. Discover the significance of their three-part structure for easy removal. The types of paper that can be used for this process, along with different binders like PVA glue, rice paste, and cornstarch, add strength and cohesion to the final product.
The paper pulp handles the issue of shrinkage to achieve accurate dimensions in the final objects.
The wood-like properties of the 3D printed paper and its limitations when exposed to water. From practical desk trays and dishes to playful cubes and coasters, you can unleash your creativity and design unique objects—the possibility of incorporating cloth fibers into the paper pulp to create intriguing hybrid designs.
Sustainable innovation in projects brings the possibilities of 3D printing paper and other eco-friendly practices to contribute to a greener and more sustainable future. By combining creativity with the power of recycling, we can positively impact the environment and inspire others to do the same.


XtreeE expands construction 3D Printing new deployments in Switzerland, USA, and Japan

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XtreeE, a leading in the construction 3D printing industry, has recently made significant strides in deploying new 3D printing units. These units have been strategically placed in key locations, including Switzerland, the USA, and Japan. This expansion marks a breakthrough as XtreeE revolutionizes the construction industry through innovative 3D printing technology. Construction 3D printing has gained immense popularity due to its potential to revolutionize the building sector. Advanced additive manufacturing techniques can create more precision, speed, and cost-efficiency structures. XtreeE’s new deployments in Switzerland, the USA, and Japan signify the global recognition of the transformative power of 3D printing in construction.XtreeE’s deployment of new construction 3D printing units across different countries holds tremendous promise for the construction industry.

This technology allows for complex architectural designs, customized components, and sustainable structures. With enhanced efficiency and reduced construction timelines, 3D printing is poised to revolutionize building design and construction. This global expansion enables architects, engineers, and construction professionals to harness the benefits of 3D printing in their respective regions. The seamless integration of XtreeE’s advanced printing capabilities in these countries will pave the way for a new era of construction practices.

XtreeE, a trailblazer in the construction industry, has developed a unique ‘multi-local’ ecosystem that enables the efficient production of custom structural elements worldwide. Alban Mallet, Co-Founder and Managing Director of XtreeE highlights the company’s focus on printing as close to construction sites while providing local support through their digital platform and design-build services. With its Printing-as-a-Service platform and commitment to sustainability, XtreeE is revolutionizing architectural design and construction practices.XtreeE’s innovative ‘Printing-as-a-Service’ platform empowers customers by offering a comprehensive catalog of products and digital assistance tools. This enables seamless architectural design and production of 3D-printed parts. Becoming part of the XtreeE ecosystem grants access to a network of design offices, builders, and architectural engineers, fostering collaboration and unlocking the full potential of additive manufacturing.

BY 29 JUNE 2023. XtreeE deploys new construction 3D printing units in Switzerland, USA and Japan.