CROW-CUR guideline for 3D concrete printing now available

As a leading organization in the field of 3D concrete printing, Saint-Gobain Weber has collaborated on the new CROW-CUR guideline 5:2023. The new guideline provides insights and frameworks for applying 3D concrete printing in the building process of civil and architectural structures.

Our expertise in 3D concrete printing allows us to build more freely, efficiently and sustainably, with a focus on optimizing material use and minimizing environmental impact. Thanks to CROW-CUR’s new guideline, we are able to share our knowledge and experience with all those involved in the construction process. These include architects and designers, structural engineers and (public) clients. In this way we think along about the appropriate 3D printed solutions. From slope stairs, street furniture, drive-in safeguards to bridges and housing/home elements.

The use of 3D concrete printing as a construction method represents a significant shift from traditional construction processes. It allows us to build objects layer by layer with concrete. This requires a different approach regarding material behavior, construction method and structural design choices. With a dedicated approach and groundbreaking solutions, we strive to continue to innovate and lead the construction industry into a sustainable future.

Curious about the possibilities for your organization? Then request our information brochure using the form below or contact:

Pieter Bakker

3D Projectleider

Phone: +31 6 51868615


Jean Pierre van Dongen

3D Sales Projectleider BNL

Phone: +31 6 15076705


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