Additive Manufacturing in Construction

The AMC at parliamentary evening in Berlin

Future Mobility

Under the motto ‘Future Mobility – autonomous and digital,’ the city of Braunschweig, along with TU Braunschweig, presents itself to the capital’s politics and press.

Bundled in one evening, participants get to know, among other things, the connection between a functioning infrastructure and a digital and 3D-printed construction industry.

More information at TUBraunschweig -future mobility


About TRR 277 AMC:

The Collaborative Research Center TRR 277 Additive Manufacturing in Construction (AMC) is dedicated to advancing research in the field of construction, with a focus on leveraging 3D printing technology to revolutionize sustainable and energy-efficient building practices. Through innovation and collaboration, the center aims to usher in a new era for the construction industry. In the interdisciplinary, cross-location and dfg-funded research project, the two universities TU Braunschweig and TU Munich, pursue the novel manufacturing approach for the construction industry. Additive manufacturing can develop into a key technology for the digitalization of the construction industry. Complex research questions on materials, process engineering, control, modeling, design and construction are being investigated holistically by scientists from the fields of civil and mechanical engineering.



Meike Bährens M.A.
PR & Communication Coordinator
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