3D Printing

Future cities could be 3D printed – using concrete made with recycled glass

3D printing concrete walls will save time, money and reduce the impact on the environment. Image: UNSPLASH/Ricardo Gomez Angel

Seyed Ghaffar

Associate Professor in Civil Engineering and Environmental Materials, Brunel University London

Mehdi Chougan

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow, Brunel University London

Pawel Sikora

Associate professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering, West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin

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3D-printed layers of a wall element. Image: Mehdi Chougan
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