COBOD completed the world’s largest 3D-printed horse barn in Florida

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A Florida-based company called Printed Farms recently made history by using COBOD’s BOD2 construction 3D printer to create the world’s largest 3D-printed building. This luxury horse barn spans an impressive 940 m2, making it almost 50% larger than the previous record-holder in the Middle East.

COBOD has a distinct market position, with significantly more and larger customers than any other provider. COBOD printers now hold all meaningful records for 3D printed buildings: the tallest (Saudi Arabia 9.9 m), the quickest (3 buildings in 8 days in Oman), and now the largest 3D printed building in the world. The equestrian facility of the horse barn has a total floor area of 939 sqm and a height of 4 meters. 

The world’s largest 3D-printed building in Wellington, Southern Florida, was built to withstand extreme local weather conditions such as hurricanes and tropical storms. The versatility and benefits of 3D printing technology are also demonstrated by the structure’s 3D-printed walls, which create a cavity and air gap, allowing the building to be naturally cooled. The printer was moved five times during the build process, with the two sides completed twice and the middle section executed once.

Philip Lund-Nielsen, COBOD Co-founder and Head of Americas said: “Printed Farms has done a remarkable job in completing this massive structure and the project demonstrates again how 3D printing is transforming the construction industry for the better. COBOD is proud to be a technology supplier to yet another record-breaking 3D printing project on US soil which comes only shortly after the completion of the US’ first 2-story 3D printed building in Texas, also using our BOD2 3D printer. We are especially proud to observe our 3D printers being utilized for a broad range of applications besides housing, which is the industry’s predominant use case. Our machines dominate this space already, but are in addition also used to print turbine bases, schools, office buildings, data centers, silos, and more – now that horse barns are added to the list”.

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