NIDUS3D ANNOUNCES 3-YEAR PARTNERSHIP WITH MEP WORLD GROUP

Nidus3D Ltd. partners with MEP World Group LLC to bring innovative, sustainable concrete additives to the Canadian market, revolutionizing the construction and 3D printing sectors. This partnership highlights the distribution of MEP’s SeaMix admixture, promising enhanced concrete performance and environmental benefits. SeaMix’s unique composition leads to stronger, faster, and more eco-friendly construction, showcasing a significant step towards greener building practices in Canada and beyond.

The Future of 3D Printed Construction

The Future of 3D Printed Construction

We get asked this question all the time, and the first thing we do is point people to 3D printers that they might be more familiar with. The little ones that some folks have in their garage or workshops, or that you’ve definitely seen in universities. Then we ask them to imagine that 1,000 times bigger.

Will 3-D-printed buildings alleviate the construction labour shortage?

Will 3-D-printed buildings alleviate the construction labour shortage?

This fall, the construction site of a pair of large warehouses near Kingston will look vastly different than a regular building site.

Instead of the typical dozen or so workers on site wielding tools to erect the structures, there will be just a few people – working mobile devices that control software to operate an immense 3-D-printing machine.

3D printed homes showcased in Windsor-Essex

3D printed homes showcased in Windsor-Essex

Habitat for Humanity Windsor-Essex is showcasing their newly completed 3D printed homes.

Construction on the first ever 3D printed four-unit build for residential use in Canada began last spring in Leamington and was the largest build of it’s kind in North America according to habitat officials.

Is 3D Printing the Future of Housing?

Is 3D Printing the Future of Housing?

With high inflation and rising house costs, more and more Canadians are turning to non-traditional housing concepts like 3D printed homes and the Naked House. Is this the future of housing?

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