Europe’s first 3D printed workplace extension has opened in Hausleiten, Austria. The venture,, is a results of a collaboration between the development know-how group STRABAG and the scaffolding and formwork producer and . The constructing, printed with a BOD2, , is a 125m² workplace extension to an current constructing in Hausleiten.
“The constructing in Hausleiten is a milestone for STRABAG, for PERI, for all concerned. And a milestone for the Austrian development trade as a complete,” stated Thomas Imbacher, Member of the Board for Innovation and Advertising and marketing at PERI SE. “We’re satisfied that 3D printing of buildings shall be a part of the way forward for development as this know-how affords options for challenges which might be at the moment occupying our trade: Digitalization, effectivity, scarcity of expert staff, and rather more.”
. The utmost printing pace of the BOD2, at one meter per second, is the quickest on the planet. Because of this pace, the shell development in Hausleiten was accomplished in roughly 45 hours of steady printing time.
The weird architectural kind and buildings of this workplace constructing in Austria, that are recognizable as designs component on the facade, had been made potential due to the design freedom allowed by 3D printing.
“We’re proud to see increasingly more buildings being 3D printed with our BOD2 printer as a consequence of our main place available in the market,” stated Henrik Lund-Nielsen, Founder, and Normal Supervisor of COBOD Worldwide. “Our superior know-how is documented by COBOD’s know-how 3D printing a number of purposes different than simply low-rise residential buildings, comparable to windmill tower bases, concrete pipe helps, faculties, and now an workplace constructing. We firmly imagine that 3D development printing will revolutionize the development trade on account of its capability to automate and industrialize the development course of.”
In 2018, PERI Group acquired a minority stake in COBOD. Since then, each corporations have labored carefully collectively to push the boundaries of 3D development printing. With the printing venture in Hausleiten, the PERI 3D printing group has now efficiently accomplished six printing tasks with COBOD’s 3D development printers. These embody the primary 3D printed home in Germany, the primary 3D printed multi-family home/condo constructing in Europe, and now the workplace extension in Hausleiten.