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indoor and outdoor

  • Furniture

  • Heated and cooled seating options

  • Spring

  • Sun protection

  • Art and decoration

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design solutions

  • Cash register islands

  • Counters

  • Merchandise presenter

  • tables

  • Wall elements

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gentle construction

  • Concrete-saving ceiling elements

  • Prefabricated components

  • Wall and floor elements

  • Light shafts

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and cool with concrete

  • Tiled stoves

  • Seating

  • Wall elements

  • Column cladding


In addition to a fine range of standard items for inside and outside (living rooms, garden design, designer furniture, art objects, etc.)
The professionals at 3D Concrete Printing Solutions offer a full service in the planning and implementation of individual solutions. 


An overview:

- Consulting, design and planning

- Support with creation and design

- Complete engineering

- Delivery and installation

- Support for material composite solutions

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LoopOne garden armchair

The basis of your 3D concrete object is a CAD model. This is created by 3D Concrete Printing Solutions or uniQum and coordinated with 3D printing. The design for this is provided by the customer or developed together with the design professionals from 3D Concrete Printing Solutions.

 The objects are printed in one piece by a robot arm in a very short time. The additive printing process creates a pattern that is unmistakable. By adding color, solid-colored prints can also be produced.

3D concrete printing LoopOne robot arm
3D concrete printing printing room

The 3D prints are produced in uniQum's printing room. This is where the ABB brand printing robot is located, which can be used to print 3D prints the size of a cube with a side length of 1.50 m. Larger objects are usually produced in parts and connected in the factory or at the installation site.

 Material specifically produced for concrete 3D printing is used. It contains cement in gray or white, fine-grained square grit and other natural additives. The natural printing material is free of polymers or fiber additives. During the application process, an accelerator is added so that the printing webs stiffen quickly and can be applied in layers and without formwork.

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3D concrete printing colors

Different colors of concrete are mixed in using paint pumps. The basic colors black, green, red, yellow, blue and many other mixed colors are available. This is how solid-colored concrete objects and color gradients are created. 

 Patterned surfaces or logos are created by varying the printing web preparation. The robot runs smaller loops and, for example, generates a nub pattern. During post-treatment, the surfaces can also be sandblasted or washed out so that grain becomes visible.

3D concrete printing patterns and surfaces
3D concrete printing finish

The preparation and post-processing of the printer and the objects takes up most of the time. After a curing phase of two weeks, the object is coated with a water repellent. This invisible finishing process penetrates the concrete and protects against contamination and weathering.  

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Design and CAD objects






3D Betondruck Druckerarm im Druckraum

technical features

The (technical) information essential for the creation and planning of 3D concrete printing solutions is presented in detail in a guide aimed specifically at architects and planners.

Print material:

Print speed:






Standard dimensions L/W/H:

Special dimensions: 


Material composite options:

Indoor applications:

Outdoor applications:

Shop design solutions:


Sustainability aspect:

Printcrete 230

approx. 20cm/sec

anthracite, red, yellow, green, blue, brown + other mixed colors on request

3D Line, 3D Rough, 3D Genetic

according to design or programming by the designers

Light, IntenseFreeform, organic


on request, or possible by property sharing

without reinforcement, steel reinforcement, textile reinforcement

Wood, plastic, metal, glass, light, electrics

Furniture, vases, electric ovens, furnishings,

decorative elements, sculptures, paneling,


Base elements, pieces of furniture...

Lounge furniture, heated benches, loungers, tables, privacy walls, garden design...for all industries 

1900kg/m³ = 0.37kg/lfm

Further use as granules

Logo 3D concrete printing


fire resistant

In Austria there is a test procedure according to ÖNORM B 3825. 3D concrete furniture corresponds to class A (highest class) - that means "non-flammable".



So that the furniture does not block the escape routes, it is designed "not adjustable". The 3D concrete printing process allows the appropriate weight adjustment by regulating the amount of material. 



When designing the furniture, normatively prescribed objects such as fire extinguishers, signage and safety lighting are integrated directly into the furniture and are therefore part of the design concept.


industrial cleaning

Version with dark "vacuum edge" ensures that the furniture gives a "NEW" impression even after years of use.


co2 saving

The creation of 3D concrete printing components saves around 20% CO² compared to conventional production and is therefore future-oriented.

Under the direction of Stefan Umdasch, the young designers Nicolas Gold, Frederic Chovghi and Darko Pecanac (both Felswind) as well as Stefan Umdasch himself intensively discussed 3D concrete printing solutions for the retail sector. The feasibility of the design studies presented below was carefully checked by the engineering professionals at uniQum. Now you can let your own imagination run wild...

Sketch Bar Umdasch Euroshop
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