Black Buffalo 3D announces pact to 3D print affordable plant-based housing


NEW YORK and IOWA CITY, Iowa and LONGMONT, Col., November 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Black Buffalo 3D, Alquist and Revive Hemp Industries have entered into a collaboration, leveraging sustainable materials and joint R&D to create a hemp-based structural 3D building ink. The group’s mission is to introduce a greener alternative to traditional building materials – used for infrastructure, housing and commercial applications. The joint venture begins on the farm with technology that creates a supply of industrialized hemp ingredients. The first experiments with industrialized hemp discovered an ability to sequester tons of carbon with the potential to be a net zero ecological alternative to cement.

Black Buffalo 3D is the manufacturer of large-scale construction 3D printers capable of printing structural components and buildings from one to four floors, as well as construction ink. Its materials science division is committed to standardizing innovative building materials and 3D inks to increase acceptance of safe and sustainable 3D building printing.

“Black Buffalo 3D is committed to increasing the adoption of 3D printers in construction and helping its customers provide consumers with a more affordable and sustainable approach to meeting the demand for housing and infrastructure,” said Michael woods, CEO / COO of Black Buffalo 3D, a Big Sun Holdings group company.

Alquist specializes in creating affordable housing anywhere United States. As one of the first companies to embrace 3D construction printing, it took the technology from concept to application by printing homes for families in Virginia, and they have hundreds more on the horizon.

Zachary Mannheimer, Founder and CEO of Alquist adds, “Alquist continues to build on its reputation for providing affordable home solutions by leveraging large-scale construction 3D printers. By working with Revive and Black Buffalo, we believe that by introducing hemp into our homes, we will not only strengthen the wall systems, but also the house itself will sequester carbon every day, thus contributing to a greener building. “

Revive Hemp Industries supplies the highest quality, cost-effective processed American industrial hemp. Revive will provide materials to study and integrate into a new, sustainable ink form that can replace cement-based concrete used in 3D printing and traditional construction projects.

“The Revive Hemp team are excited to help create another great application of industrial hemp, especially for affordable, high-quality housing that the world so desperately needs today. Versatility, strength and the natural qualities of the hemp plant, combined with its ability to offset carbon, have the potential to change the construction industry on a large scale, ”explained Jean Rose, founder of Revive Hemp Industries.

The companies will form a green box solution – a perfect trio of hemp processing, construction ink development, and printing – that starts at the farm level by creating jobs, training opportunities and innovations that can lead to growth. change the world. Follow each business for progress and updates as they dedicate time and resources to printing a smarter, more sustainable society.

Black Buffalo 3D Corporation ( is a leading supplier of 3D construction printers and inks. Its commitment to R&D, education and standardization will help create a more sustainable future and advance the construction industry. NexCon printers are available now.

Revive Hemp Industries ( exists to help clean the planet, and it does so by leveraging its proprietary grinding technology to process industrial hemp in the most efficient and effective way possible.

Alquist ( creates affordable housing communities by leveraging 3D printing technology and exceptional design, with a focus on rural America. Alquist is using 3D and other technologies to introduce cost effective ways to build homes. He is committed to working towards building zero net homes without sacrificing efficiency, safety or affordability.

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SOURCE Black Buffalo 3D


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