HeidelbergCement material for Germany’s first 3D-printed residential building

HeidelbergCement’s new high-tech material ‘i-tech 3D’ has been used in the construction of Germany’s first 3D-concrete printer-based home. The cutting-edge i-tech 3D product was developed by the HeidelbergCement subsidiary Italcementi specifically for 3D printing and is suitable for versatile use with various types of 3D printers.
October 12, 2020

Printed by PERI, a leading global market manufacturer of formwork and scaffolding systems for the construction industry, the two-storey detached house in Beckum, North Rhine-Westphalia has around 80m² of living space per floor. It consists of three-shelled walls filled with insulating compound. The premiere house is produced by a 3D concrete printer installed on site.