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The world’s tallest 3D printed building is now complete and it is in many ways impressive.
The 3-story, 9,9 m tall building compromises 345 m2 and was made by the leading Saudi Arabian real estate developer, Dar Al Arkan, using a COBOD 3D construction printer.
The villa features several smart home features and the use of new materials.
Low-cost local materials were used to create the 3D printable concrete, which all of the walls of the 345 m2 building was printed with.
The building was made without the use of a tent just after the summer in a hot desert where temperatures run as high as more than 40 degrees.

3D construction printing is helping Ukraine to rebuild faster.

The first-ever on site 3D printed building in Ukraine is being made in Lviv.
The 3D printed primary school in Lviv is also the first 3D printed school in Europe.
The one-story building with total floor area of 370 m2 half of the printing is already done in just 3-4 days of printing.
This project highlights the opportunities of utilization of 3D construction printing technology in rebuilding Ukraine.

COBOD, the Denmark-based global leading 3D construction printing provider, has publicly unveiled its 2022 Annual Report, showcasing the company's impressive financial performance and strategic expansions despite global economic fluctuations.

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