kamp c, an APB, or an autonomous provincial company in antwerp, who’s mission is to ‘to accelerate the transition to a sustainable society,‘ has acquired 3d printhuset’s bod2 3d printer model in it’s infrastructure development project for the belgian city of flanders.
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the bod2, which stands for ‘build on demand’ has a variety of sizes: bod2-121 with print area: 2,0 x 4,5 x 0,8 meter
images and video courtesy of 3d printhuset



3d printhuset, a danish 3d printing reseller, service provider and developer, claims that the ‘bod2 is the only second generation printer…[has fixed all issues experienced with] a first generation printer. 3d printhuset printer
bod2-232: print area: 4,5 x 7,0 x 3,3 meter



the first model, the bod, which constructed the first inhabitable 3d printed office-hotel building, was limited to 3d print sizes up to 8 x 8 x 6 meters (l x w x h), with speeds clocked at 2.5 m/m, with average layer height between 50 and 70 mm.3d printhuset printer
bod2-353: print area: 7 x 12 x 5.8 meter



however the bod2 construction 3d printer that was acquired by kamp c is capable of printing an in the size of 9.5 x 9.5 x 8.5 meters (l x w x h). additionally, 3d printhuset claims that this model is ‘10x faster than the first generation’ and capable of print speeds of ‘1000 mm/s, or 1 meter per second.’
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bod2-483: print area: 9,5 x 19,5 x 5,8 meter



with the bod2 3d printer set to play a major role in the construction of the infrastructure of a major european city, the indication that a new wave of sustainable, efficient and revolutionary construction methodology seen as futuristic, has arrived to the present day. 3d printhuset printer
the video in the banner illustrates the construction of the first inhabitable 3d printed building completed by the bod