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Melbourne-based Fortex has recently partnered with COBOD International to bring world-leading BOD2 3D construction printing technology to Australian shores.
COBOD 3D construction printers can deliver faster, greener, more durable buildings, that boast greater design freedom when compared to conventional building methods.
Fortex Chief Executive Officer David Lederer says ‘it is not only the future of construction, it is the now.’
While material and labour shortages plague the construction industry, 3D printing technology has the ability streamline labour and alleviate supply issues.
Wind turbine towers have already been printed by the COBOD BOD2 internationally and in Australia, single and double storey domestic projects will be the main aim of the printing tech.
The first BOD2 3D Construction printer will arrive in Australia in the fourth quarter of 2022. Fortex will be the exclusive Australian distributor of COBOD International products including the BOD2 3D construction printer.