In order to promote the use of additive manufacturing in the construction industry as well, Formnext and the Technical University (TU) Darmstadt have agreed on a joint venture. This means that in the next few years the construction industry will become a stronger theme of the leading international trade fair for additive manufacturing and the next generation of industrial production. At the same time, Formnext is getting involved as a sponsor of the Built Environment – Additive Manufacturing Symposium (BE-AM) launched by TU Darmstadt, which brings together key players from the construction industry and architecture on a regular basis and concerns itself extensively with the additive development in this sector.

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Apis Cor participates in NASA’s Phase III 3D-Printed Habitat competition to become the first to start construction on Mars

Apis Cor and SEArch+ participate in the contest "3D-Printed Habitat Challenge", organized by the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The main goal of the NASA competition is the promotion of additive technologies that are necessary to create an inhabited environment on Mars.

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Urbanbase Releases "AR Scale" Beta, a 3D Cloud-Based AR Presentation Tool for Architects

"Transforming the presentation process for all architects around the world!"

3D models uploaded online are immediately converted in AR form for placement in a physical environment; the opening of an era where architectural models are presented simply with a mobile device – no need for physical mockups
First reveal at TechCrunch Disrupt 2018 Startup Alley on September 6

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Jacky’s Business Solutions recently organized a 3D printing workshop for design, engineering, and facilities management professionals from Emirates Airlines. The two-day workshop held in November 2017 at the at the company’s demo facility in Dubai covered all the basics of 3D printing, introducing the attendees to different 3D printing technologies and their applications.

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MX3D is 3D printing a fully functional stainless steel bridge to cross one of the oldest and most famous canals in the center of Amsterdam, the Oudezijds Achterburgwal. We equip typical industrial robots with purpose-built tools and develop the software to control them. The unique approach allows us to 3D print strong, complex and graceful structures out of metal. The goal of the MX3D Bridge project is to showcase the potential applications of our multi-axis 3D printing technology.

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