Print on location with a mobile printer for the construction

The printer by CyBe Construction is made in collaboration with Heijmans.

Specifications of  the new CyBe RC 3Dp:

  • Printing Speed: 200 mm/s
  • Layer Height: 30 mm, thanks to the fast curing CyBe MORTAR
  • Printing Range: 2.75 meters
  • Maximum Height: 4.5 meters
  • Operators Needed: 2 people
  • Power Supply: Electricity, 380V

More information:

https://3dprint.com/158972/cybe-mobile-3d-concrete-printer/

Workshop Women’s network Rijnstreek

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Designing with 22 women and 3D printing, after a presentation what it is and what you can do with it, quite an experience. So were topics discussed as bras, shoes and fashion printing, a business case on a clothing hook, the pros and cons, B2C and B2B. They were very excited. One wanted to print a gun, the other a gift for her child, another a copy of a hand-made figurine.
They all went home with a key ring with red heel.

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3D printing in the Netherlands makes a turnover of 45 million euros

The market for 3D printing this year will yield a turnover of EUR 45 million in the Netherlands. An annual growth rate of over 30 percent, but still no threat for the “traditional process”.
David Kemps sector banker Industry of ABN Amro predicts that Monday.
The bank bases the forecast on “years of experience in this market and many conversations with various parties”.
ABN Amro takes both the professional and consumer market into consideration.
This includes the sale of 3d printers, printed products, software, materials and services such as training, maintenance and advice.
There are no manufacturers that make professional printers in the Netherlands. The Dutch turnover from the sale of printers consists therefore only from the profit margins of distributors such as Landré, brilliant, Palio and Kentie.

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Startup provides Amsterdam of 3D printed bridge

Dutch startup wants to provide Amsterdam of a 3D-printed bridge

Source: http://www.nu.nl/gadgets/4066918/nederlandse-startup-wil-amsterdam-voorzien-van-3d-geprinte-brug.html