3D-Printed Building

Tennessee-based Branch Technology 3D prints material that solidifies in midair as it’s being printed—resulting in lightweight structures and custom designs.

The 3D-printed homes at Wolf Ranch begin construction as Lennar, ICON, and BIG break ground on their 100-home project in Georgetown, Texas.

This house is 3D-printed, but the naked eye knows no different. How? Diamond Age takes 3D printing to the next level with industrial scale robotics and automation.

Official AC509 certification by the International Code Council Evaluation Service (ICC-ES) makes Black Buffalo 3D's NEXCON printer and Planitop 3D ink the first AC509 coded structural 3D construction solution in the world.

The United States' first multi-story 3D printed house will use a hybridized design approach that couples 3DCP innovations with tried-and-true wood framing techniques.

California-based Azure Printed Homes 3D prints accessory dwelling units using recycled plastic.

Workforce development, technical training, advancing industry knowledge... Is there a way we can leverage colleges and universities to aid in the evolution of 3D construction printing technology?

Hempcrete, synthetic cement, polypropylene, the list goes on… Many 3D construction printing companies are studying what other materials we could use in printing homes. What solutions are the most likely to make it?