Products: 3D Concrete Art Customised Patterns, Textures + Motifs
Achieve bespoke concrete art that stands out as iconic masterpieces. Create any 3D shape, form, or texture to express striking character and style, exactly how you imagine it.
Unleash creativity with our 3D concrete art technology.
Whether you're designing a residential home, apartment complex, or commercial development, you have the opportunity to create stunning architectural concrete surfaces using bespoke features, patterns, textures, and elaborate 3D shapes on precast panels, in unprecedented detail and without limitation.
The economic solution that gives you more scale and flexibility.
Our 3D concrete art technology allows architects and specifiers more flexibility to incorporate innovative shapes into designs, which is an opportunity to integrate better energy-efficient design strategies into projects. Not only does our 3D printing yield highly replicable and long-lasting molds, but the process generates less material waste compared to traditional methods. Additionally, our high-quality molds can be reused upwards of 200 times!
High quality, durable, and completely customisable.
Our molds are manufacturing using carbon fiber-reinforced acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), which is highly popular due to its due to its resistance to impact and high temperature (between -20°C and 80°C), It is opaque, offers smooth and shiny surfaces and can be welded by chemical processes using acetone.
The process starts with computer-aided design (CAD) models, which are sliced layer by layer to develop toolpaths that drive the printhead. The printer executes these toolpaths layer by layer by extruding molten polymer to form the final part.
The carbon fibers in the molds help improve strength and stiffness allowing the inserts to support the weight of the poured concrete and the force of the demolding operations over repeated cycles. Little post-processing is required when printing with this thermoplastic polymer, a key advantage that will save time in the production of complex parts.