Philip Lund-Nielsen from COBOD discusses construction 3D printing in Episode 173 of the 3DPOD podcast.


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When it comes to the world of desktop 3D printing, Philip Lund-Nielsen has truly made a name for himself. As one of the co-founders of a Danish reseller, he had a front-row seat to witness the incredible growth and potential of this revolutionary technology. But what’s even more impressive is how that reseller transformed into COBOD, now one of the leading players in the construction 3D printing industry.

In this episode of the 3DPOD, Philip sits down with us to delve deeper into the realm of 3D printing in construction. From housing and infrastructure to concrete, sustainability, and future market trends, we tackle all the critical aspects of this rapidly expanding field.

The potential of 3D printing in construction is truly mind-boggling. Imagine being able to print an entire house within days, or even hours. With the right technology and materials, this ambitious vision can become a reality. Philip shares his insights on how far we’ve come and where we’re headed in terms of construction 3D printing.

One of the key topics we discuss is the use of concrete in 3D printing. Conventional construction methods often result in a significant amount of material waste, which can be detrimental to the environment. However, with 3D printing, we have the opportunity to minimize waste and optimize material usage. Philip breaks down the advantages of using concrete in 3D printing and explores the potential for sustainability in the industry.

As with any emerging technology, there are always future market trends to be aware of. Philip sheds light on what he believes the future holds for the construction 3D printing industry. From increased automation and efficiency to advances in materials and design, there are exciting times ahead for this sector. So, if you want to stay ahead of the curve, keep an eye on what Philip predicts.

At the end of the podcast, we also discuss how you can stay up-to-date with all the latest news from the 3D printing industry. With so much happening in this fast-paced field, it’s essential to have a reliable source of information. Philip shares tips and insights on how to stay informed and connected to this ever-evolving industry.

Whether you’re a technology enthusiast, a construction professional, or simply curious about the advancements in 3D printing, this episode is a must-listen. Join us as we dive deep into the world of construction 3D printing with Philip Lund-Nielsen and discover the endless possibilities that lie ahead. Subscribe to our podcast on Spotify or RSS and get ready to embark on an exciting journey into the future of construction.

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