World’s first “Functional” 3D Printed office building

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We already know about 3d printers and new technologies because we always read!  As I can see, my site has friends who love to read about 3D Printing articles. We want to know more about 3D Printing; here is the 3D Printed office building for our 3D Printing friend supporters.

Dubai launches the world’s first 3d printed offices. They printed a single floor in 17 days. This is so creative and fantastic artwork. Regarding the 3D-printed office building in Dubai, it is indeed an impressive feat of engineering and construction. The building, completed in 2016, was created using a 3D printer that stands at 20 feet tall, 120 feet long, and 40 feet wide. The printer was used to create the building’s structural components, such as the walls, furniture, and interior finishes. According to reports, the printing process for the building took only 17 days, and the finished structure measures around 2,700 square feet. The building was designed to serve as the temporary headquarters of the Dubai Future Foundation and was intended to showcase the potential of 3D printing in architecture and construction.

The project was seen as a milestone in the development of 3D printing technology, as it demonstrated the ability of this technology to create large-scale structures quickly and efficiently. It also highlighted the potential of 3D printing to revolutionize the construction industry by reducing waste, lowering costs, and enabling greater design freedom. The 3D-printed office building in Dubai is a remarkable achievement in architecture and construction and demonstrates the exciting potential of 3D printing technology in this field.

Title: Dubai’s 3D-printed office building completes the first phase

Adam Williams



2 thoughts on “World’s first “Functional” 3D Printed office building

    frankhubeny said:
    May 24, 2017 at 3:19 pm

    That definitely extends my imagination on what is possible with 3d printing.

    babl responded:
    May 24, 2017 at 10:02 pm

    Thank you so much. We really need this bright kind of imagination. Thank you for the confidence in new ideas. 🙂

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