INTRODUCING BOD2

BOD2 is an upgraded and improved version of the printer which
was used to 3D print the first building in Europe, The BOD.

Based on the experience obtained with the BOD printer, the BOD2 incorporates improved functionality and stability compared to the first version. It is build on the same proven principles as the BOD printer. This assures the customer of a tested and proven system.

  • 2. generation
    BOD2 is the only second generation construction printer on the market.

  • Modular robot construction printer
    BOD2 is developed to fit any project. Decide the size of BOD2 by its modules – add modules to fit the projects specifications.

  • Print speed
    BOD2 is 3x faster than the first generation, with a 18 meter/minute print speed.

  • Gantry system
    The gantry system is optimal for in situ projects as well as fabrication of elements off site.

  • Interchangeable nozzle system
    New optimised nozzles are developed to insure smooth surfaces. Standard layer height is 2 cm, and 5 cm in width.

  • Flexibility
    Beside the modular system, the BOD2 is flexible in terms of mounting. It can be mounted to the foundation or to movable concrete pillars.

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FIRST IN EUROPE

We 3D printed the first building in Europe, to demonstrate how far the technology had come. The building was constructed in Copenhagen and acts as an office space for the harbor industry surrounding it.

The BOD - 3D construction printed house in progress

MATERIAL

In collaboration with FORCE Technology, we have developed a strong and sustainable recipe for the concrete mix, utilizing recycled materials.

The BOD - 3D construction printed house in progress

FREE FORMS

One of the big advantages robotic 3D construction printing brings to the table is the free forms in the architecture – the printer doesn’t care if the walls are straight or bend.

The BOD - 3D construction printed house finished

COST

Due to the speed, material, and low labor requirements, the cost of a 3D printed building is relatively low compared to standard constructed buildings.

THE BOD – EUROPE’S FIRST 3D PRINTED BUILDING

TAKE PART IN THE FUTURE

Our goal is to provide visionary companies and universities with the right tools to construct the buildings of our future, share our knowledge and spread the information we continue to obtain during our research.

If you want to 3D print the buildings of the future, get in touch and let us explain how we can help you.

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LATEST PRESS

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COBOD 3D printing 200m turbine tower!

COBOD announced an arrangement with LafargeHolcim, a concrete provider, and GE Renewable Energy to produce enormous wind turbine towers.

In the new project, COBOD will be using their BOD2 construction 3D printer to lay down the base segment of the tower. This is the widest portion of the tower, and since the BOD2 will be printing on site, it can be of a larger diameter.

18 June 2020

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GE will make taller wind turbines using 3D-printing

GE and its partners in this endeavor — 3D construction printing company, COBOD, and building materials company, LafargeHolcim — are working to 3D-print concrete bases that might run between 10 to 80 meters tall. They can then add a steel tower to the base to make the turbine much taller. Some turbine towers in Europe are already cast in cement on site to avoid the hassle of transporting them, but 3D-printing eliminates the labor costs that come with putting the concrete pieces together.

17 June 2020

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