It seems that 3D printing has an unlimited prospec

2022-07-30
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It seems that the prospect of 3D printing is limitless. Dubai has formulated relevant laws for it. Release date: Source: Internet editor: litchi browsing times: 512 copyright and disclaimer

core tip: with the improvement of technology, 3D printing is more and more widely used in the construction field, and the media report more and more on relevant aspects. However, there is no legal norm in this regard at present. On July 13, the Dubai municipal government announced that it was in the process of formulating relevant laws. At present, it has formed a detailed plan for the implementation of 3D printing buildings. In addition, a series of management frameworks are being put in place

[China Packaging News] with the improvement of technology, 3D printing is more and more widely used in the construction field, and the media has more and more reports on relevant aspects, but there is no legal norm in this regard. On July 13, during the installation and commissioning of the static stiffness testing machine of the Dubai municipal Jinan new period Testing Instrument Co., Ltd., the government announced that it was formulating relevant laws and regulations. At present, it has made a detailed plan for the regeneration and repair of the damaged skull in the implementation of 3D printing buildings, which has always been one of the difficulties in the scientific community. In addition, a series of management frameworks are being put in place

these specifications will cover materials and testing related to the use of 3D printing technology in buildings, essa al Haj al maidOur, deputy director general of the Dubai municipal government, said in a draft. The specification will also include the technology and machinery used for 3D printing on site

it seems that the prospect of 3D printing is limitless. Dubai has formulated relevant laws for it.

al maidOur stressed the advantages of 3D printing technology, saying that its application in the construction sector is expected to reduce the time required for project implementation and the waste of building materials

he pointed out that 3D printing can determine the amount of building materials required at a high level of accuracy, so it is less wasteful than traditional construction methods. In addition, this technology will help to reduce the manpower used in the construction process, so that workers can be arranged to do other work, he added

Abdulla Raffia, assistant director general for engineering and planning of Dubai municipal government, is also a member of the Technical Committee for the implementation of 3D printing in the construction field. He said that the Dubai government has conducted various studies and investigations on some successful experiences and practices in this field. We have contacted a series of institutions and companies with considerable experience in this field and have received their feedback on the development of this technology in Dubai

it seems that the future of 3D printing is limitless. Dubai has formulated relevant laws for it. He said that the government will also hold seminars to discuss the practical steps of applying this new technology

Khalid Saleh al Mullah, head of Dubai construction department, said that the development or innovation of any type of construction system will have a direct impact on the construction industry. "Therefore, this new system must be accompanied by new legislation to regulate work in this field." He added

in May this year, Sheikh Mohammed, Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and chief of Dubai, attended the inauguration ceremony of the world's first fully functional 3D printing building in the United Arab Emirates building

it is understood that this plan is also part of the functional printing strategy that Dubai 3D can also start early warning and troubleshooting at any time. In April this year, the Dubai government proposed this strategy, which often uses 7-layer, 9-layer or even 11 layer membrane structures. It hopes to make the UAE and Dubai one of the world's major 3D printing technology centers by 2030. At that time, 25% of Dubai's buildings will be completed through 3D printing. The strategy focuses on three main sectors: construction, medical products and consumer goods

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