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Dubai released the world's first functional 3D-
Printing office building.
Dubai has opened up what it says is the world's first 3D-
The printed office building is part of the development of cost-reduction and time-saving technologies at the Bay's main tourist and commercial centers. The printers -
In industrial use, but also on a smaller scale to achieve digital design, three
Plastic size object
There are not many things for architecture.
statement from the Dubai government said the car used a special cement mixture and carried out reliability tests in the UK and China. The one-
Prototype building with a floor area of approximately 250 square meters (2,700 square feet) using 20-foot (6-metre) by 120-foot by 40-
The government says it also has fully functional offices and staff.
'The future is based on 3D printing, whether we're talking about printing buildings, printing clothes, printing equipment, printing food, or even printing body parts, the UAE's Cabinet Affairs and future minister Mohammad ghagavi said.
According to Gergawi, the project is in line with an ambitious long-term plan
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al, ruler of Dubai
Maktum ensures that 25% of the buildings in Dubai are 3DPrinted before 2030. The arc-
The temporary headquarters of the Dubai Future Foundation will be the modeling office, built in 17 days, costing about $140,000.
The company behind the project-
Centrally located, close to Dubai International Financial Center.
Saif al Aleeli, CEO of Dubai Future Foundation, said they saved more than 70% of their labor costs by using 3D printing instead of traditional building methods.
'If we compare this building with 250 square meters
'If we compare it to a building built according to a more traditional practice (the same size), we save more than 70% of the labor cost,' he said . '.
The machine in charge of printing the office building is a huge warehouse.
About 20-size printer
The foot is high, 120 feet long and 40 feet wide, Al Aleeli added.
The printer is also equipped with an automatic 'robot arm' for printing.
According to Gergawi, the research estimates that the technology can shorten the construction time by 50-
50-70% and labor costs80 percent.
Dubai's strategy, he said, is to print 25% of Dubai's buildings by 2030.