3D Printing
Technology

Historic Applications

3D printing technology is used in specialized areas such as research development, modeling, the medical industry and in small scale production runs.

Benefits include lower costs and higher efficiency in producing highly precise prototypes.

Limited to small scale, plastic materials
and ultra-precision fields

Prototype
Research &
Development
Art /
Exhibition
Model
Medical /
Dentistry
Toys /
Characters
Other
(Fasion, Food)

Historic Limitations

Print size
Scaling production
Learning curve and limited expertise
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Advancing 3D Print Technology

NexCon 3D Printers take the best characteristics of 3D printing and address many of the challenges found in the construction industry. The result is the ability to print structures remotely or on site efficiently at a lower cost with greater sustainability.

NO LONGER Limited to small scale, plastic materials
3D Printed House Render
House Blueprint 1
House Blueprint 2

Key Features

Ability to print onsite & custom designs
Wide variety of "ink" materials
Less labor & reduction of material waste

Traditional vs.
3D Printing
Construction

Time, Insurance and
Material Savings

Significant savings compared to existing construction methods in terms of construction materials, time and costs with the added benefit of sustainability.

Traditional 3D Printing  
1 Core Resources Materials, Tools, Labor related costs Materials, Tools 50~80% reduction of unskilled labor
50~80% reduction of unskilled labor
2 Period Weeks Days 50%~80% reduction
50%~80% reduction
3 Cost $167-333 ft2
35.5 ft2 (USD)
Less than $83 ft2
35.5 ft2 (USD)
More than 50% reduction
More than 50% reduction
4 Material Loss % Higher than 10% Lower than 3% 90% reduction
90% reduction

Construction Services

3D printing serves all domestic and overseas large-scale complex demands — while securing the iron core quality and prefabricated panel costs.

Driving the next generation of sustainability

Enviromental Impact

Sustainable materials management (SMM) is a systematic approach to using and reusing materials more productively over their entire lifecycles. It represents a change in how our society thinks about the use of natural resources and environmental protection.
— United States Enviromental Protection Agency

Source: EPA Website 2020

Environmental Benefits

Reducing waste and emissions

Waste

Mixing and printing to exact specifications eliminates waste and there is no longer a requirement to use casting molds or forms.

Emissions

Reduced project timelines, lighter transportation loads and the flexibility to print buildings onsite or nearby greatly reduces pollution and related fees.

Materials

Sourcing locally available material to mix with our proprietary “ink” can further reduce freight, material costs and time to completion.

Power

Several configurations are available providing the power to select liquid fuel or electric based printers that run more efficiently than traditional construction machinery.