The possibilities of 3D printing for formwork construction

When people talk about 3D printing and architecture, they often mean the direct printing of concrete. But there are other possible applications of additive manufacturing in architecture.

One of them is 3D printing of formwork elements. Classic formwork is designed to place straight walls at a 90-degree angle to each other, if possible. If more complex structures or surfaces are planned, special formwork quickly becomes necessary.

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Tobias Grün, Global Product Manager

Tobias Grün has been working at voxeljet AG since 2012. As a product manager, he has been accompanying innovative product developments from the idea to market maturity since 2016, with a focus on applications in areas ranging from automotive and aerospace to architecture and consumer goods. Since the market launch of the high-speed sintering process in 2017 for the additive manufacturing of polymer components on an industrial scale, he has been working to continuously expand the network and portfolio of partners and available polymer materials.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • What geometric advantages 3D printing offers for manufacturing highly complex elements.
  • How digital CAD data can be prepared to ensure a seamless combination with conventional formwork systems.
  • How additively manufactured components can be handled on a large construction site and how they behave in changeable weather conditions.

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