Dubai Presents The World's first 3D-Printed Office
Dubai Presents The World's first 3D-Printed Office

Dubai presents the world’s first functional commercial 3D-Printed Office, which has only one floor, along with the space of 250 meter square. Hence, the printer that made the office is 6 meters high, 12 meters wide and 36 meters long, according to the local government. The construction was completed in just 17 days and costed $ 140,000, an investment of public administration in partnership with Dubai Future Foundation.



Dubai Presents The World’s first 3D-Printed Office

The government of Dubai said that it had opened on Tuesday 24, the world’s first office which was made from 3D printing as part of a local effort to increase the tourism and develop cheaper technologies. Printers which was used in both industrially and in a smaller scale to create plastic objects which are digitally designed in three dimensions. However, have not been used for construction.

With the 250 meter square floor, the prototype building was made with a special type of cement. The printer that made the office is 6 meters high, 12 meters wide and 36 meters long, according to the local government. Construction was completed in just 17 days and costed $140,000, an investment of public administration in partnership with Dubai Future Foundation. “This is the first 3D printed office in the world: it is not just a building but has full functionality”. said the minister of internal affairs of the United Arab Emirates, Mohamed Al Gergawi.

World's first 3D-Printed Office
World’s first 3D-Printed Office

The office will be used as temporary headquarters of the company. According to the minister of internal affairs of the United Arab Emirates, Mohamed Al Gergawi, Hence, the 3D printing technique can reduce the time of construction projects like this up to 70%, and cut 80% of spending than the traditional method would require.

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World’s first 3D-Printed Office-2

According to the minister of internal affairs of the United Arab Emirates, Mohamed Al Gergawi, the estimated studies shows that the 3D printing technique can reduce the construction time from 50% to 70%, and can also cut personnel expenses by the 80% as we mentioned earlier. Moreover, the strategy of Dubai is to have at least 25% of the emirate’s buildings built by the 3D-printing technology by 2030, said the representative of the local government.


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