Dubai, one of the financial powers in the Middle East, has long been at the forefront of 3D printing development, especially in applying technology to local infrastructure. In May 2017, the world's first 3D printed office building was installed in the city, which took only 17 days.
On October 23, 2019, Dubai announced that the world's second and largest 3D printed building was completed in Dubai's Al Warsan area, Dubai Municipal Director General Dawoud Al Hajiri At the opening ceremony, the two-storey building in Dubai has become the Guinness World Record and the world's largest 3D printing structure.
The building is 9.5 meters high and covers an area of 640 square meters. Compared with traditional buildings, the amount of labor is reduced by 50% and construction waste is reduced by 60%. It meets sustainability requirements and green building standards.
Hajiri said that the building in the AlWarsan area will be used as an innovation center in Dubai. He said that the building was built entirely under normal natural weather conditions, which is the most difficult challenge and a feature of the project. This 3D printing technology not only increases the speed of building completion, but also significantly reduces construction and labor costs.
The experimental project started a year ago. According to the world's first 3D printed building experience before construction, it takes only three months to complete a building of this size using 3D printing technology, and the traditional building method will take nearly a year. Hajiri pointed out that 3D printed buildings are more cost effective than traditional buildings. And the building has passed all safety checks and has the same service life as a regular building.
In May 2016, Dubai opened the world's first 3D printing office, the future office. Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, Vice President of the United Arab Emirates and the Emir of Dubai, unveiled this unique building in the Emirates Tower.
Dubai launched a global 3D printing strategy in 2018 to make Dubai a global leader in 3D printing, as well as to enhance the UAE and Dubai as the leading centers for 3D printing technology. His Excellency Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, has developed a strategy to achieve 25% of new buildings using 3D printing technology by 2025. Plan and become the world's leading 3D printing center by 2030, hoping to use 3D printing technology to cut costs in the medical and construction industries and restructure the economy and labor market.
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