Home Applications & Case Studies Printed Farms completes World’s largest 3D-Printed Building

Printed Farms completes World’s largest 3D-Printed Building

Printed Farms, known for the first approved 3D printing of a home in Tallahassee, Florida, reports the completion of an impressive project: the largest 3D-printed building in the world, a luxury horse stable, was successfully completed. COBOD‘s BOD2 3D printer was used for the project.

COBOD stands with a unique position in the industry, with significantly more customers and the largest projects. Their printers hold all major records for 3D printed buildings: the tallest (Saudi Arabia 9.9 m), the fastest (3 buildings in 8 days, Oman) and now the largest.

The horse stable has a total area of 939 m² and is 4 meters high. With an impressive length of 47 meters and a width of 25 meters, it is located in Wellington, Florida, constructed for the extreme weather conditions on site, including hurricanes and tropical storms.

Philip Lund-Nielsen, COBOD Co-founder and Head of Americas remarked from the company’s facilities in Miami, Florida, close to the project: “Printed Farms has done a remarkable job in completing this massive structure and the project demonstrates again how 3D printing is transforming the construction industry for the better. COBOD is proud to be technology supplier to yet another record-breaking 3D printing project on US soil which comes only shortly after the completion of the US’ first 2-story 3D printed building in Texas, also using our BOD2 3D printer. We are especially proud to observe our 3D printers being utilized for a broad range of applications besides housing, which is the industry’s predominant use case. Our machines dominate this space already, but are in addition also used to print turbine bases, schools, office buildings, data centers, silos, and more – now that horse barns are added to the list”.

Subscribe to our Newsletter

3DPResso is a weekly newsletter that links to the most exciting global stories from the 3D printing and additive manufacturing industry.

Privacy Policy*

You can find the privacy policy for the newsletter here. You can unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time. For further questions, you can contact us here.