A Drop of Light

Under mother’s light umbrella
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

Pioneering technology solid as a rock This 3D printer can build concrete constructions layer upon layer to create an ultimate shape, without using shuttering or a mould. This digital manufacturing technique offers more formability and facilitates once-only and unique production. This broad research project at the TU/e Built Environment faculty focuses on printer, material and applications for this ground-breaking technology.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Kaspar Jansen
Researchers: Bahareh Barati, Elvin Karana
Contributing student: Stan Claus

Contact

K.M.B.Jansen [at] tudelft . nl

Pioneering technology solid as a rock This 3D printer can build concrete constructions layer upon layer to create an ultimate shape, without using shuttering or a mould. This digital manufacturing technique offers more formability and facilitates once-only and unique production. This broad research project at the TU/e Built Environment faculty focuses on printer, material and applications for this ground-breaking technology.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Kaspar Jansen
Researchers: Bahareh Barati, Elvin Karana
Contributing student: Stan Claus

Contact

K.M.B.Jansen [at] tudelft . nl

A Drop of Light

Pioneering technology solid as a rock This 3D printer can build concrete constructions layer upon layer to create an ultimate shape, without using shuttering or a mould. This digital manufacturing technique offers more formability and facilitates once-only and unique production. This broad research project at the TU/e Built Environment faculty focuses on printer, material and applications for this ground-breaking technology.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Kaspar Jansen
Researchers: Bahareh Barati, Elvin Karana
Contributing student: Stan Claus

Contact

K.M.B.Jansen [at] tudelft . nl

Pioneering technology solid as a rock This 3D printer can build concrete constructions layer upon layer to create an ultimate shape, without using shuttering or a mould. This digital manufacturing technique offers more formability and facilitates once-only and unique production. This broad research project at the TU/e Built Environment faculty focuses on printer, material and applications for this ground-breaking technology.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology

People

Kaspar Jansen
Researchers: Bahareh Barati, Elvin Karana
Contributing student: Stan Claus

Contact

K.M.B.Jansen [at] tudelft . nl