Denmark-based COBOD International has further expanded its distribution network, through an agreement with Canadian-based nidus3D, in a partnership that will see 3D construction printing technology brought to Canada, and strengthen building automation in North America. nidus3D is at the forefront of the 3DPC industry – paving the way for new builds to be achieved faster, more affordably, and with less waste, using COBOD technology.
nidus3D has recently succeeded in 3D printing Canada’s first multi-unit structure, in real concrete, using COBOD’s BOD2 – one of the world’s top-selling 3D construction printers. The project is a first-of-its-kind, and consists of four units, each measuring 560ft², and is the first 3D printed home to obtain permission for occupancy in Canada. nidus3D’s 3D printed homes are expected to be available by Summer 2022 – for families seeking attainable housing.
“The opportunity to work with COBOD, a world leader in 3DCP is incredible,” said Ian Arthur, President of nidus3D. “The BOD2 printer is an industry-leading construction printer that outstrips competitors in its versatility, scope, and durability. nidus3D is actively deploying 3D construction printing technology to lower building costs and expand access to resilient, efficient, and sustainable housing while complying with Canadian building standards.”
“We are proud to be partnering with nidus3D to bring our state-of-the-art 3D construction printing technology to Canada, further solidifying our position as the #1 supplier in North America. With their recent project, nidus3D successfully demonstrates how our technology can be applied to build faster, better, and cheaper as our partners learn to master the 3D printing technology,” commented Philip Lund-Nielsen, Co-Founder and Head of Americas at COBOD International.
nidus3D reports to have multiple residential and non-residential buildings lined up for 2022 and 2023 – subject to announcement at a later stage.