Printed Farms, known for completing Florida’s first permitted 3D-printed house in Tallahassee, announces the successful completion of another project. The printing of the world’s largest 3D-printed building, a luxury horse barn, has been completed. Printed Farms used COBOD’s BOD2 construction 3D printer for the job.
Situated in Wellington in Southern Florida, the world's largest 3D-printed building has been constructed to withstand extreme local weather conditions including hurricanes and tropical storms. The versatility and benefits of 3D printing technology are also demonstrated through the structure’s 3D-printed walls that create a cavity and air gap, providing natural cooling to the building. The build process involved five moves of the printer with the two sides completed twice and the middle section executed once.
Printed Farms completes world's largest 3D-printed building
To date, COBOD printers have also printed the tallest, the fastest, and now the largest 3D-printed building in the world. The equestrian facility boasts a total floor area of 10,105 sf and a height of 13 feet. The total length of the building is 155 feet, and the width is 83 feet.
“Printed Farms has done a remarkable job in completing this massive structure, and the project demonstrates again how 3D printing is transforming the construction industry for the better," said Philip Lund-Nielsen, COBOD Co-founder and Head of Americas.
Lund-Nielsen adds that COBOD's printers have been used for a variety of applications, such as printing turbine bases, schools, office buildings, data centers, silos, and now horse barns.
About Printed Farms
Printed Farms is an innovative construction company dedicated to advancing the 3D construction printing industry. With a commitment to customization and client satisfaction, Printed Farms brings visionary concepts to life through the power of 3D concrete printing technology.