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Creative chaos leads to new ideas

Traditional southern-German family business and technology start-up from up North – what happens when worlds collide? German business magazine WirtschaftsWoche reports on our partnership with Glatthaar STARWALLS.

In his article “Wenn die Brücke aus dem 3D-Drucker kommt”, business journalist Manuel Heckel maps out our cooperation with Glatthaar STARWALLS, one of the leading suppliers of precast concrete elements for infrastructure projects, and examines the potential of our shotcrete print technology in the light of skilled labour shortage, resource efficiency and the digital transformation of the construction industry.

You can read the full text free of charge on the WirtschaftsWoche website (German-language only).

If you have any questions about the technical or economic aspects of our 3D printing solutions, please get in touch – our experts will be happy to take the time for you!

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