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3D Printing News Unpeeled: 3D Printing Concrete in Saudi and New Zealand

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University of Florida have come up with a support material that exhibits low interfacial tension when used with silicone 3D print material. That lets them make detail sizes of of 4 nanometers and parts 8 nanometers across.

3D Printing firm QOROX 3D printed walls for a day care center in New Zealand. Their 3D printer is one by CyBe construction. The team is also interested in using textures to change the look of structures. 

In Saudi Arabia a COBOD 3D printer has been used by developer Al Arkan to print a 9.9 meter 330 square meter three story villa. The firm says that it is the tallest 3D printed building and was a 26 day 3D print. The villa is compliant with local building codes.

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