Sustainable concrete 3D printing
Founding Year: 2016
Location: The Netherlands
CONCR3DE developed a 3D printing ‘recipe’ that allows CONCR3DE to 3D print high resolution, high strength parts in sustainable concrete for a very low price.
By using binder jetting machines the start-up can achieve complete form freedom and a much higher speed than conventional concrete 3D printing. CONCR3DE has completely eliminated the use of Portland cement in their concrete and instead they use several waste streams to print more sustainable concrete with a minimized CO2 output.
Team Members: Eric Geboers, (Architecture, M.Sc.), Matteo Baldassari (Architecture, M.Sc.)