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Black Buffalo buys 106 Acres in Pennsylvania for 3D construction printer factory

Black Buffalo 3D Corporation today announced its purchase of 106 acres in East Stroudsburg, PA which will become the site of its permanent United States factory. The facility will use NEXCON™ 3D printing technology throughout the property and serve as the North American hub for the assembly and production of its modular NEXCON™ 3D Construction Printer lineup. This move is in sync with the Build Back Better initiative and with Black Buffalo 3D’s commitment to grow its international presence with greater capacity to meet demand for 3D construction technology. The PA location will become an additional production line, expanding its existing operations in Elizabeth, New Jersey and its sister site–Hisys–based outside of Seoul, Republic of Korea. The Pennsylvania facility will also serve as a central R&D site for development of sustainable construction materials- including the development of a structural hemp-based alternative to traditional concrete.

Black Buffalo 3D is poised to become the industry leader in 3D construction printing (3DCP) with continued investments in R&D, materials science, and 3D printer machine design. The company will continue to innovate and prove the viability of 3D construction printing for sustainability and use in infrastructure projects. NEXCON™ printers can be used to print affordable housing, structural precast type components and serve as a stronger, more sustainable, and cost-effective way to build. The land will also serve as a showcase for 3DCP with affordable, functional, and energy efficient affordable housing. More details of that project and the land use will be made public in the new year.

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