Holcim-BII joint venture 14Trees unveils its Iroko 3D construction printers, promising to reduce a building's carbon footprint by 70%

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July 14, 2023 (press release) –

14Trees, a partnership between Holcim and British International Investment, has unveiled its Iroko 3D construction printers, reports AlCircle.

Printers offer easy assembly and installation, a multi-laser system for controlling print quality, and compatibility with a range of low-carbon inks. Construction using 3D printing could reduce a building's carbon footprint by up to 70% compared to traditional practices.

Industry Intelligence editor's note: Information originally published in AlCircle Newsletter. To view the full article, please visit https://www.alcircle.com/news/aluminium-framed-iroko-3d-printer-expected-to-reduce-carbon-footprint-of-buildings-by-70-97562.

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