Robotic construction company Apis Cor has used its technology to build the world’s largest 3D-printed building, a two-storey administrative office in Dubai.
Measuring 9.5 metres high with . a floor area of 640 square metres, Apis Cor built the record-breaking structure for the Dubai Municipality.
Apis Cor developed a gypsum-based material to run through the printer and sourced a local producer.
The printing took place out in the open, to prove that the technology could handle a harsh environment without humidity and temperature control.
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