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Concrete Casting with 3D Printed Formwork

How to Produce 3D Printed Formwork for Concrete Casting 3D printed formwork is a perfect solution for casting complex geometries. The first step is to design and print the formwork. For restoration projects, it is also possible to scan existing elements to create the 3D models for the formwork. If the formwork is larger than BigRep print volume (1m3 on the BigRep ONE, for example) then it can be printed in parts and assembled after. If needed, the 3D printed formwork can be post-processed with a variety of methods. It is also possible to combine traditional formwork for simple shapes with 3D printed formwork for complex parts. Then the concrete is cast using standard methods. Finally the formwork can be cleaned and reused. Concrete formwork in construction can make up 40 - 60% of a total budget, especially for complex shapes such as curved concrete forms. Some designs like organic shapes, double curved surfaces, and cavities are simply not feasible to produce because they require highly skilled laborers to produce customized formwork resulting in high costs, long lead times, and material waste. BigRep 3D printers can produce large-scale, complex formwork up to 3x faster at a fraction of the cost of traditional methods. With BigRep materials, including the new CONCRETE FORMWORK filament, you can unlock the massive benefits of 3D printed formwork. https://bigrep.com/applications/concrete-formwork/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=BR_05ccm Bespoke Stairs, NEST STEP2-Unit Design by Digital Building Technologies - ETH Zurich with BASF Forward AM & ROK Fabrication System by Digital Building Technologies, ETH Zurich 3D Printed Formwork Solution by BASF Forward AM Precast Concrete by SW Umwelttechnik Structural Design by Walt Galmarini Architecture by ROK Sculpture "Vårbergs Jättar" by Xavier Veilhan and Alexis Bertrand for Stockholm Konst Project Coordination by Atelier Xavier Veilhan / Martin Coevoet Concrete Casting by BB Beton und Bauwaren Additional Molds by Suppelt CNC Installation by Herrljunga Terrazzo Landscape Architecture and Landscaping by Nivå Landskapsarkitektur & Y2 Anläggning Images © Veilhan, Alexis Bertrand / Bildkunst , 2020 and Xavier Vårbergs Jättar

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Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19 with BigRep

Get involved by additively manufacturing protective equipment for your local community with BigRep. (Read the full post on the BigRep blog: http://www.bigrep.com/posts/covid-19-face-shield-design) The ongoing effects of COVID-19 are overwhelming many hospital and organizations who lack the supplies to respond as effectively as they can, and additive manufacturing is a technology with a unique capacity to make a difference. We’re asking you to be part of the solution and print protective face shields for organizations and citizens in your local community. BigRep is already donating face shields to local organizations to provide protection from the novel coronavirus and we’d like you to join us. With the following face shield design – [LINK] – you can help provide some desperately needed equipment in your community. To help, we’re offering a complementary 2.3kg spool of PLA in exchange for video footage of you producing the equipment. We’ll use that footage to continue our call to action, getting more and more people involved in this movement. Read more on the BigRep blog: http://www.bigrep.com/posts/covid-19-face-shield-design Learn how to get started with industrial 3D printing in our free Guide to Integrate Large-Format Additive: http://bit.ly/2ylYmjS Discover BigRep’s specialized filaments: https://bit.ly/2KjxPeT Follow BigRep on: IG: https://www.instagram.com/bigrep3dprinters FB: https://facebook.com/bigrep3dprinter/ LI: https://linkedin.com/company/bigrep-gmbh TW: https://twitter.com/BigRep

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The LOCI Podcar - a fully 3D printed last-mile electric vehicle

the LOCI is a design prototype for a fully 3D printed autonomous electric podcar specifically designed as a “last mile” transportation solution in urban environments: airport and train station departures, daily work commutes, campus transport, local deliveries or anything you can imagine. The LOCI was envisioned and designed by BigRep’s innovation consultancy, NOWLAB, with a team of creators behind other incredible mobility innovations like the NERA eBike. Developed using parametric modeling, the LOCI utilizes the full potential of additive manufacturing and its limitless flexibility. The podcar’s design can be easily customized for a given location or application; adjusting purpose, materials, structural properties, special tires for different terrains, custom branding, or integrated additional features like solar power. The LOCI takes advantage of new BigRep Part DNA™ technology, embedding NFC chips into the 3D printed parts. This chip can be scanned using a mobile device to identify parts. In the future it can additionally be integrated with sensors to monitor part status and provide maintenance or replacement information – simply scan the part and print a replacement. Built with just 14 unique parts, LOCI measures 85cm x 146cm x 285cm, with the largest part measuring 1000 x 600 x 700 mm. All parts were printed with a BigRep PRO, BigRep Studio G2, or BigRep ONE additive system. The pod showcases the possibilities of 3D printing and engineering-grade filaments for industrial manufacturing: The body was printed with BigRep’s PRO HT, for the airless tires designers opted for TPU, the bumpers were created with PLX, and beams and joints with PA6/66. LOCI Design Team: BigRep CIO, NOWLAB Co-Founder: Daniel Büning Lead Designer: Marco Mattia Cristofori Design Team: Mirek Claßen, Lindsay Lawson, Tobias Storz, Angelo Vannicola, Marco Backenhaus Marketing and Creative: Amir Fattal San Francisco and Dubai Concept Design: Marco Traverso Learn more about NOWLAB: https://bigrep.com/nowlab Keep up with what’s going on at BigRep: WS https://www.bigrep.com IG https://www.instagram.com/bigrep3dpri... FB https://facebook.com/bigrep3dprinter LI https://linkedin.com/company/bigrep-gmbh TW https://twitter.com/BigRep BigRep develops the world’s largest serial production 3D printers, creating the industry benchmark for large-scale printing with the aim to reshape manufacturing. Its award-winning, German-engineered machines are establishing new standards in speed, reliability and efficiency. BigRep’s printers are the preferred choice of engineers, designers and manufacturers at leading companies in the industrial, automotive and aerospace sectors. Through collaborations with its strategic partners – including Bosch Rexroth, Etihad Airways and Deutsche Bahn – and key investors – including BASF, Koehler, Klöckner and Körber – BigRep continues to develop complete solutions for integrated additive manufacturing systems, as well as a wide range of printing materials on an open-choice source. Founded in 2014, BigRep is headquartered in Berlin with offices in Boston and Singapore. Leading the way in one of the world’s key technologies, our multinational engineering teams are highly trained, interdisciplinary and customer focused.

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BigRep at Formnext 2019

At Formnext 2019 BigRep showcased its latest innovation: the LOCI, a fully 3D printed autonomous electric podcar design prototype. The vehicle is a 100% customizable last mile transportation solution, making it fully adaptable to a wide variety of end-use applications and geographies. The LOCI combines BigRep large-format additive manufacturing's incredibly powerful industrial processes and engineering-grade materials to produce a truly modern mobility solution. At this year’s tradeshow, BigRep presented a wide variety of its additive solutions – the BigRep PRO and STUDIO G2 – and industrial applications (linked below). NEXT AGV: https://youtu.be/ijkaAqwVckw Retro Seat: https://youtu.be/ckK0dSB6H8I BigRep Additive Manufacturing Solutions: Keep up with what’s going on at BigRep: WS https://www.bigrep.com IG https://www.instagram.com/bigrep3dprinters/ FB https://facebook.com/bigrep3dprinter LI https://linkedin.com/company/bigrep-gmbh TW https://twitter.com/BigRep About BigRep: BigRep develops the world’s largest serial production 3D printers, creating the industry benchmark for large-scale printing with the aim to reshape manufacturing. Its award-winning, German-engineered machines are establishing new standards in speed, reliability and efficiency. BigRep’s printers are the preferred choice of engineers, designers and manufacturers at leading companies in the industrial, automotive and aerospace sectors. Through collaborations with its strategic partners – including Bosch Rexroth, Etihad Airways and Deutsche Bahn – and key investors – including BASF, Koehler, Klöckner and Körber – BigRep continues to develop complete solutions for integrated additive manufacturing systems, as well as a wide range of printing materials on an open-choice source. Founded in 2014, BigRep is headquartered in Berlin with offices in Boston and Singapore. Leading the way in one of the world’s key technologies, our multinational engineering teams are highly trained, interdisciplinary and customer focused.

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BigRep's NEXT AGV - 3D Printed Automated Guided Vehicle

The NEXT AGV is a 3D-printed prototype jointly developed by Bosch Rexroth and BigRep’s innovation consultancy, NOWLAB. Powered by an inductive energy unit running on a power grid, it can both serve as an automated logistics carrier with a loading capacity of up to 250 kg and as a platform for additional devices, such as robots, to be mounted. The 3D-printed NEXT AGV offers many advantages: Contrary to the traditional and manual construction (i.e. sheet metal molding), the 3D-printed NEXT AGV is manufactured much more efficiently. Following a flexible design with the core elements (battery and electronics) serving as the unchanged base framework, the AGV’s shell design dimensions can be easily adapted to the required or changing needs without reducing the loading capacity – a key prerequisite for flexible industrial applications. Other key elements of the NEXT AGV are special 3D-printed wheels with two different materials, allowing the platform to move sidewise as well, and an integrated safety feature (Human Detection Antenna), which has also been 3D-printed. Learn more about NOWLAB: https://bigrep.com/nowlab Keep up with what’s going on at BigRep: WS https://www.bigrep.com IG https://www.instagram.com/bigrep3dprinters/ FB https://facebook.com/bigrep3dprinter LI https://linkedin.com/company/bigrep-gmbh TW https://twitter.com/BigRep About BigRep: BigRep develops the world’s largest serial production 3D printers, creating the industry benchmark for large-scale printing with the aim to reshape manufacturing. Its award-winning, German-engineered machines are establishing new standards in speed, reliability and efficiency. BigRep’s printers are the preferred choice of engineers, designers and manufacturers at leading companies in the industrial, automotive and aerospace sectors. Through collaborations with its strategic partners – including Bosch Rexroth, Etihad Airways and Deutsche Bahn – and key investors – including BASF, Koehler, Klöckner and Körber – BigRep continues to develop complete solutions for integrated additive manufacturing systems, as well as a wide range of printing materials on an open-choice source. Founded in 2014, BigRep is headquartered in Berlin with offices in Boston and Singapore. Leading the way in one of the world’s key technologies, our multinational engineering teams are highly trained, interdisciplinary and customer focused.

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BigRep Retro Seats - Additively Refurbished Airplane Seating

BigRep’s Retro Seat are a game-changing industrial aviation prototype. An original airline seat frame that has been refurbished with AM at NOWLAB and developed in collaboration with Dassault Systèmes, using their 3DEXPERIENCE platform and the industry solution experience “Passenger Experience.” The Retro Seat is 50 percent lighter than a traditional airline seat, creating huge benefits for sustainable aircraft engineering and operational costs. The prototype has a fully integrated design, i.e. any bearings or desired electronics, such as inductive charging for wireless smart phone charging, can be integrated during the printing process. The back of the seat’s headrest is equipped with both a “Bring your own device” outlet for tablets or other devices and multiple USB ports for passenger convenience. Additionally, the seat offers embedded blue LED light panels for setting the right mood during night flights and the arm rest is equipped with a smart cabinet solution to safely store laptops during takeoff and landing. Learn more about NOWLAB: https://bigrep.com/nowlab Keep up with what’s going on at BigRep: WS https://www.bigrep.com IG https://www.instagram.com/bigrep3dprinters/ FB https://facebook.com/bigrep3dprinter LI https://linkedin.com/company/bigrep-gmbh TW https://twitter.com/BigRep About BigRep: BigRep develops the world’s largest serial production 3D printers, creating the industry benchmark for large-scale printing with the aim to reshape manufacturing. Its award-winning, German-engineered machines are establishing new standards in speed, reliability and efficiency. BigRep’s printers are the preferred choice of engineers, designers and manufacturers at leading companies in the industrial, automotive and aerospace sectors. Through collaborations with its strategic partners – including Bosch Rexroth, Etihad Airways and Deutsche Bahn – and key investors – including BASF, Koehler, Klöckner and Körber – BigRep continues to develop complete solutions for integrated additive manufacturing systems, as well as a wide range of printing materials on an open-choice source. Founded in 2014, BigRep is headquartered in Berlin with offices in Boston and Singapore. Leading the way in one of the world’s key technologies, our multinational engineering teams are highly trained, interdisciplinary and customer focused.

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The GENESIS Eco Screen: a fully 3D printed urban ecosystem

The GENESIS Eco Screen is a fully 3D printed urban biodiversity habitat designed by Lindsay Lawson at NOWLAB, BigRep’s innovation consultancy. The GENESIS takes advantage of solar radiation scans for agent-based modeling and parametric design to create a computer-generated product with unique characteristics suited to its environment. The design process ensures that every GENESIS iteration includes ideal placement for plants, insect habitats, and embedded channels for water flow and drainage. Measuring an impressive 4 by 4 meters, the GENESIS Eco Screen is installed in Berlin, Germany at Invalidenstraße 86. It's printed using BigRep PETG filament and BASF Innofil3D rPET made of 100% recycled PET printed on four large-format BigRep ONE printers. Learn more about NOWLAB: https://bigrep.com/nowlab Keep up with what’s going on at BigRep: WS https://www.bigrep.com IG https://www.instagram.com/bigrep3dprinters/ FB https://facebook.com/bigrep3dprinter LI https://linkedin.com/company/bigrep-gmbh TW https://twitter.com/BigRep BigRep develops the world’s largest serial production 3D printers, creating the industry benchmark for large-scale printing with the aim to reshape manufacturing. Its award-winning, German-engineered machines are establishing new standards in speed, reliability and efficiency. BigRep’s printers are the preferred choice of engineers, designers and manufacturers at leading companies in the industrial, automotive and aerospace sectors. Through collaborations with its strategic partners – including Bosch Rexroth, Etihad Airways and Deutsche Bahn – and key investors – including BASF, Koehler, Klöckner and Körber – BigRep continues to develop complete solutions for integrated additive manufacturing systems, as well as a wide range of printing materials on an open-choice source. Founded in 2014, BigRep is headquartered in Berlin with offices in Boston and Singapore. Leading the way in one of the world’s key technologies, our multinational engineering teams are highly trained, interdisciplinary and customer-focused.

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