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World’s first 3D printed FRP footbridge paves way for circular composites

The world’s first lightweight 3D printed fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) footbridge will be installed at Kralingse Bos park – the green heart of Rotterdam. This heralds the transition towards the next generation of bridges, offering high performance with extreme versatility, circularity and sustainability.


COBOD and PERI live 3D printsthe walls of 4 small houses in 4 days at Bautec construction exhibition

Live 3Dconstruction printing in front of thousands of visitors documenting the robustness of COBOD’s 3D printers
During the international Bautec construction exhibition in Berlin with over 30.000 visitors from more than 40 countries COBODand PERIis not only showcasing COBOD’s BOD23D construction printer, but is actually live printing a small house every day of the show, February 18-21.

New video released of the best-selling 3D construction printer in 2019, the BOD2 from COBOD

- 5 BOD2 printers have been manufactured and supplied in 2019, far more than any other 3DCP supplier
- COBOD’s printers are now printing in the Middle East, India, Germany, Belgium and Denmark
- With the BOD2 COBOD has won every EU tender for 3DCP printers ever made

TECLA, a 3D printed global habitat for sustainable living

WASP and MC A – Mario Cucinella Architects have embarked on the construction of an innovative model for a 3D printed habitat and will be launching the first prototype near Bologna, Italy. Born from a vision to provide a home for everyone at a time of exponential population increase and an associated lack of affordable housing, TECLA is a new circular housing model, created using entirely reusable, recyclable materials taken from the local terrain. Built using Crane WASP – the latest innovation in on-site 3D construction, TECLA represents a step-change in the move towards eco-housing.

A 3D printed global habitat for sustainable living

WASP and Mario Cucinella Architects present TECLA
WASP and MC A - Mario Cucinella Architects have embarked on the construction of an innovative model for a 3D printed habitat and will be launching the first prototype near Bologna, Italy. Borne from a vision to provide a home for everyone at a time of exponential population increase and an associated lack of affordable housing, TECLA is a new circular housing model, created using entirely reusable, recyclable materials taken from the local terrain. Built using Crane WASP – the latest innovation in on-site 3D construction, TECLA represents a step-change in the move towards eco-housing.


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