Saudi Arabia will host the world's largest printing house to build three-dimensional homes, one of the world's most modern building technologies, a report said on Monday.
The Ministry of Housing announced in November 2017 the completion of the first three-dimensional building in Riyadh, the Kingdom will host the largest printing press of this kind in the world, after the purchase of a Saudi company from a Danish company, The
newspaper bears the name Bod 2. The newspaper did not mention the name of the Saudi company or even the name of the Danish company.
According to the BNC, the printing press can produce 12 x 27 x 9 meters of buildings, as well as three-story structures of 300 square meters per floor.
In early 2018, the National Housing and Industry Development and Logistics Program (Vision 2030) announced the successful construction of the first home using 3D printing technology and was built in 25 hours by four Saudis and two foreign experts.
The Saudi experience is to build homes using 3D printing technology - one of the latest technologies of the fourth generation of building technology - to keep abreast of the technological advances in the future construction world, to benefit from the latest technology in the world and to be a pioneer in the adoption of innovative construction technologies In the construction sector and the localization of its industry in Saudi Arabia in line with the objectives of the Kingdom Vision 2030 and the National Transition Program 2020.