The first commercial, industrial 3D concrete printing facility in Europe was officially opened this morning in Eindhoven. Weber Beamix and BAM Infra will experiment here with 3D printing of concrete elements for construction, with the aim of further developing this technology more quickly. The first order was also announced this morning: the printing of four bicycle bridges for the province of North Holland.

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