Lower carbon emissions, greater productivity: 3D construction printing is revolutionising the future of construction.
Umdasch Group Ventures will be presenting the innovative method of 3D construction printing at bauma 2022
The construction industry is facing major challenges. Time pressure, lower budgets, a shortage of skilled workers and the scarcity of resources are the challenges that increase the complexity of construction projects – not to mention the need for greater productivity and environmental protection. Umdasch Group Ventures is developing what the construction industry of the future needs – innovative construction methods, state-of-the-art technologies and future-oriented solutions that enable the digitalisation of the entire construction life cycle. The new 3D construction printing system from Umdasch Group Ventures helps to produce high-quality concrete elements more efficiently and using less resources.
3D printing is a familiar technology within the field of consumer goods. Virtually anything – for example, toys, tableware and medical supplies – can be printed in 3D using diverse materials. So why not print sophisticated concrete components for the construction of bridges, tunnels and other types of building? The new 3D construction printer from Umdasch Group Ventures does just that by printing complex concrete elements straight from digital construction plans. The unique feature of this solution is that it enables complex elements to be printed quickly, directly on the construction site – without compromising on quality. Furthermore, the material- and design-optimised concrete elements are printed using a honeycomb structure. The honeycomb-shaped concrete part dries quicker, which means it can be used quicker. Finally, the 3D construction printer enables local materials to be used in the mix, which is produced exactly when needed. All of this saves time, costs, materials and other valuable resources – not to mention significant amounts of carbon dioxide.