3D printed Building Appear in Dubai

The Dubai Government announced the completion of the first 3D-printed office building in the world. According to the government, this building and every single piece of furniture within it are completely made by a large scale 3D printer and smaller 3D printers.

Dubai’s Emirates Towers complex is the place accommodates the entire functional workspace—a single-story office, and that will also be the headquarters of the Dubai Future Foundation temporarily.

Its printing and installation only took 17 days and 2 days respectively. The combination of 3D printing technologies, namely Special Reinforced Concrete (SRC), Glass Fibre Reinforced Gypsum (GRG) and Fibre Reinforced Plastic (FRP) are used in the construction of all of the components and furniture within the building, which make it the most developed 3D printed structure ever put into actual use.

3D printings in cities have presented tremendous potentials—there are other 3D printed buildings around the world, such as a 3D printed apartment building in the Suzhou Industrial Park of Suzhou city in Jiangsu province, China.

What will the next 3D printed building be like?

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