3D printing specialist plans Pennsylvania parcel for equipment, R&D hub

Sources: Black Buffalo 3D Corp., Elizabeth, N.J. 

Black Buffalo, developer of Nexcon 3D printing equipment and technology for cementitious materials, has acquired a 106-acre, East Stroudsburg, Pa. site for a permanent U.S. plant. Augmenting a charter New Jersey facility, the new operation will serve as a North American hub for production and assembly of modular Nexcon 3D Construction Printers, engineered in portable or fixed configurations for on-site construction or precast concrete fabrication. The property will also become the central research and development site for sustainable construction materials, including a structural hemp-based alternative to traditional concrete.  —  www.bb3d.io

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