Cobod to help GE make turbines taller

The Danish 3D printing company has signed an exclusive deal with GE, which recently bought a stake in the company.

Photo: COBOD

Cobod’s name adorns the front of various buildings in Copenhagen. Though the Danish company specializes in 3D printing – usually associated with copies of little figures or gadgets – Cobod focuses on a much larger scale.

”We officially started back in 2018. As early as 2017, we printed the Bod building, the first 3D-printed house in Europe,” relates Chief Marketing Officer of Cobod Philip Knudsen.

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