The PiPouf - The seat in 3D concrete printing

Updated: Sep 29


 

Design by Johan Bauduin at Constructions-3D in April 2022.


Johan Bauduin and the PiPouf - Constructions-3D
Johan Bauduin and the PiPouf - Constructions-3D - April 2022

The PiPouf is a seat made in concrete 3D printing with the MiniPrinter PRO. It has the shape of the mythical Pi symbol, sometimes called Archimedes' constant. Perfect for exteriors, garden rooms or even an interior space. These parts were made with the ink developed by Sika  : SikaCrete® 751 3D (white) for an approximate weight of 50 kg per seat.



The design sector is disrupted by this new field and companies are gradually starting to spring up to offer ever more innovative solutions. This is the case of our customer Street Home Design - SHD which will soon distribute the first line of 3D printed furniture in France.



What are the stakes of construction 3D printing ?


Construction 3D printing allows for, among others:


- A diminution of the environmental footprint of the construction sector,

- Reducing drudgery and exposure to occupational hazards,

- Lowering the costs and production delays,

- Overcoming architectural constraints and create new unique forms.



Do you want to get equiped with concrete 3D printing equipment ? We can support you on your project !

Contact our team by email on info@constructions-3d.com or by phone on +33 3 74 01 03 75




> Find the Pipouf file in our file library <





 

This project was made with the MiniPrinter PRO 3D printer and its pumping accessories.




 

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