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.
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