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3D Printing: Making the Next Generation of Construction

By Construction Tech Review | Monday, June 24, 2019

3D printing opens doors to the next generation construction arena and promises building innovations through novel approaches.  

FREMONT, CA: Construction experts believe that 3D printing will eventually transform the industry, bringing robotization into construction, and addressing environmental issues such as waste reduction. Construction technologists rapidly realize the potential of 3D techniques and their effect on the building future. In 2021, and with good reason, the concrete 3D printing market is likely to reach $56.4 m. More businesses are beginning to design unique, innovative approaches. Some of them are more futuristic, some in the present are very genuine. 3D Concrete Printing is quickly evolving and depends on various techniques and materials, giving its users many advantages.

To begin with, as the ability of 3D printing machines to create bigger parts with various materials increases, it is hugely probable that more modular construction components will enter the supply chain. Traditional manufacturing methods used to manufacture everything from plumbing fixtures to concrete panels could be substituted by 3D printers operating 24/7 with less labor and reproducible performance.

There is an increasing number of firms and sectors that embrace and experiment with technology. Additive manufacturing is becoming a standard part of the manufacturing process and is probably to take its position on the podium next to the car and personal computer. Construction experts and their clients can interact more obviously and effectively with 3D printing. Even a client with no background in architecture can better convey their requirements and make sure everyone is on the same page. A lot of the expectations of a customer come from an idea, and 3D printing makes it easy to materialize that concept beyond the dated pencil and paper technique. Despite the incredible potential, many building experts stay cautious about the impact 3D printing might have on their company.

3D printing offers promising possibilities for the construction industry, often with significant margins, to become both greener and more cost-effective. As 3D printing study continues to evolve, the advantages that technology will have on the many facets of the construction industry get more interesting.

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