世界经济论坛（The World Economic Forum）由于在瑞士小镇达沃斯首次举办，所以也称其为"达沃斯论坛"。
世界经济论坛(World Economic Forum)是以研究和探讨世界经济领域存在的问题、促进国际经济合作与交流为宗旨的非官方国际性机构。总部设在瑞士日内瓦。论坛"致力于改善全球状况"宗旨，并影响全球未来经济发展的1000多家顶级公司。
12月6日，Boston Consulting Group编写论文《the Future of Construction Project》发表于世界经济论坛，盈创（Winsun）3D打印建筑作为重要案例列入其中，以下附原文：
A central platform to exchange best practices and ideas guiding the infrastructure and urban development industry in its transformation, and helping it to address its key challenges.
The construction industry has remained fundamentally unchanged throughout history: any vertical construction still requires workmen to add layers of building materials on top of each other. This approach is ill-suited to the modern age in three respects – it keeps productivity low, it is reliant heavily on the skills of individuals and it produces large amounts of waste, noise and dust.
Starting off as a building materials supplier, Yingchuang Building Technique (Shanghai) Co. Ltd, or Winsun as it is known, aims to revolutionize this approach using 3D printing technology.Having developed the first continuous 3D printer for construction, the company printed the first batch of 10 houses in 2013 – making global headlines. Using a special ink made of cement, sand and fibre, together with a proprietary additive, the printer adds layer by layer to print walls and other components in its factory in Suzhou (China). The walls are then assembled on site. Winsun is also behind the first 3D printed office building opened in Dubai in May 2016.
“If you do not believe it is possible, we will print a prototype.”
Ma Yihe, President and Chief Executive Officer
Using up to 50% demolition waste or mine tailings for its ink and producing zero waste, the technology is very environmental friendly. More impressive even is the impact on delivery time: construction of a two-story 1,100 sqm mansion took one day of printing, two days of assembly, with internal bar structures erected in advance, requiring three workmen only. The company has developed several prototypes that clients can visit outside its main factory including a six-storey apartment building, an affordable house, a wave-shaped house or an ancient-style traditional Chinese house – taking full advantage of the technology’s freedom of design. But Winsun has advanced beyond prototyping and has sold more than 100 houses to date.
Being a pioneer of 3D printing technology in construction, Winsun faces several barriers to scaling up its solution – skepticism from designers, project developers and owners, and lack of regulation.
Read the full case study to learn how Winsun has addressed these challenges and what other E&C companies could learn from its example.
2020年5月24日上午，2020年盈创 “梦·路”全球3D打印建筑技术与产品大采购新闻发布会，在上海青浦盈创循环产业园召开。这是推进国家全面复工复产的催征鼓，也是促进实体经济转型升级的进军号。在第四次产业革命大发展的背景下，盈创 3D 打印建筑技术通过将 5G、人工智能、大数据、云计算、区块链、工业互联网等创新技术的应用结合，实现了建筑智能化远程管理、3D 打印建筑装备的人工智能、3D 打印建筑油墨的新材料大数据分析、再生与再循环资源的区块链管理，以及 3D 打印建筑全球化工业互联网技术应用。今年盈创与交通运输部公路科学研究院公路交通环境研究中心、苏州航道处、苏州绕城高速、沃萨润等单位共同探索，实现了 3D 打印建筑技术在交通水利工程中的运用。这是“新基建”领域的又一创新！盈创让航道、河床、高速公路声屏障进入 3D 打印新经济时代。