“3D Printing Coming Soon” is one of the latest announcements on the Pikus Concrete website, showing a commitment to digital fabrication that may be sweeping the industry due to a wide range of benefits.
Cement is an obvious partner for extrusion-based 3D printing, and industrial users are quite amenable to advantages such as savings on the bottom line, faster production, the ability to use new techniques, new materials, and, in some cases, create innovative prototypes and components not previously possible.
Based in Lehi, Utah, Pikus Concrete runs an extremely comprehensive enterprise, performing as much work in-house as possible. This presents another reason to use 3D printing, as the middleman can be eliminated, saving even more time and cost. This means designs can be easily created and changed, at any time—and quickly. Pikus is now teaming up with Switzerland’s Sika as they continue to tap into the potential of 3D […]
I’ve been investigating the rather quiet company Seurat Technologies, which is developing a new metal 3D printing...