COBOD has constructed 40% of all 3D Printed Buildings in the World

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Data on all 3D printed buildings in the World
Data on all 3D printed buildings in the World/Source: COBOD International

According to a recent study published by COBOD International A/S, the Danish Construction 3D printed leader, there are approximately 129 3D printed buildings distributed across 105 distinct construction sites worldwide. According to the study, COBOD’s 3D construction printers were used to construct approximately 40% of all 3D printed buildings.

In 2022, approximately 54 new 3D printed structures were built, and as the pie chart shows, COBOD’s printers completed nearly 60% of all new 3D printed buildings.

3D Printed Buildings in the World

Geographic distribution of 3D printed buildings
Geographic distribution of 3D printed buildings/Source: COBOD International

According to the report, there are currently 129 3D printed buildings on 105 construction sites around the world. Geographically, North America accounts for approximately 30% of 3D printed buildings, but all regions are well represented.

COBOD’s 3D construction printers have printed nearly 40% of projects worldwide, which is equivalent to 51 buildings. These printers were also found on 40% of the construction sites where 3D printed buildings were built.

COBOD printers created 30 of these 2022-buildings, which is nearly 60% of all new buildings built globally.

“It is clear, that when we sell more 3D construction printers than all the rest of the other suppliers combined, then this will be reflected in which 3D printers have made most buildings. The truth cannot be hidden”.

– Henrik Lund-Nielsen, Founder & General Manager, COBOD International

COBOD has rapidly expanded in recent years, selling more than 65 printers globally, attracting industrial behemoths such as GE Renewable Energy, Holcim, CEMEX, and PERI as key strategic shareholders, and announcing joint ventures with large regional organisations such as Orascom in Egypt and Bakrie Group in Indonesia. New regional competence centres have been established in Miami and Kuala Lumpur to support the company’s growing global customer base.

Commenting on the new market intel report, Philip Knudsen, COBOD CMO and Head of Marketing & Communications said “As a market leader, we take it upon ourselves to assure that as much data and transparency are created for the customers as possible, as the industry has been plagued by lots of dreamers and fanciful projects, that were never realized. We have tried our best to compile the complete and objective market overview, and encourage everybody to contact us, should we have missed a project or two such that we may update the database and assure we always provide the most complete information”.

The full report and details are available on COBOD’s website. The market intelligence page is dynamic and will grow with more regional information.

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