Concreative is inaugurating a new large-scale additive manufacturing unit in Dubai: an integrated design, production and installation service of 3D printed architectural and structural elements.
With concrete 3D Printing Concreative is aiming to remodel the way to design and built concrete components. In a statement the company pledged: “Because of the versatility of the system we are able to explore new complex architectural shapes which were costly to develop with standard method or even impossible to create.
Our solution is to propose a complete integrated service: design, manufacture and installation. This innovation is not only in the 3D Printing system but also in our design and manufacture approach. Thanks to our innovative technology we want to merge architects ideas and engineers constraints.”
Concreative’s large-scale printing tech has been developed by its French partner XtreeE (a start-up in which Vinci is a partner and shareholder). The Concrete 3D printer features the world’s largest 6-Axis arm 3D Printer, capable of creating elements up to 4.5m height and up to 6m length in one shot.