3D Printed Sound Barrier Suzhou

3D Printed Non-Linear Sound Barrier Along The Suzhou Expressway

SUZHOU, September 2020 – Recently, a new solution has emerged by Winsun Building Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd, in the form of a 70 meters long sound barrier along the expressway Suzhou Express Way. This is the world’s first fully 3D printed sound barrier demonstration project that was officially completed on the S58 Shanghai-Changzhou Expressway.

Each component of the sound barrier has a length of 4 meters, and a height of 2.25 M. The 2 stories together make up a total height of 4.5 m with a gross weight of 5 metric tons.

It is estimated that the 3D printed sound barrier can effectively reduce noise by about 30 dB, and the noise reduction effect is more obvious than the sound barrier using traditional technology. Winsun uses 3D printed construction technology and vertically integrates digital modeling and sampling, 3D printing Construction, hoisting and assembly.

Sound barriers are commonly made of materials such as laminated glass, acrylic transparent board, and cement sawdust board, and they have in general the ability to achieve 5-8 decibels noise reduction. Winsun 3D printed sound barriers, however, was able to achieve a total of 30 decibels of noise reduction. This can effectively reduce noise around the highway and improve the living conditions of residents on both sides of the road.


Additionally, the Winsun design team designed a plant pot for the sound barrier, which can cultivate noise-reducing plants such as flowers and climbing plants to form a noise-reducing vertical green wall, which has become a unique landscape feature of the high-speed city.

This is the Second Generation Sound Barrier installed in Suzhou, and it was designed by Feng Tao.

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Government Office 3D Printed in Dubai

Dubai Office of the Future is the First 3D printed commercial building in the world

DUBAI, February 20 Winsun 3D (Yingchuang Construction Technology) 3D printed the landmark “Future Office” for the Dubai Municipal Government in 2016. It is now the world’s first 3D printed commercial building and is included in the Guinness Book of Records.

The 3D-printer that was used by Winsun 3D, was measuring 6 meter (20 ft) high, 36 meters (120 ft) long and 12 meters (40 ft) wide was used to print the building. The entire structure was printed using a giant cement printer, then assembled on site. Printing took 17 days and was installed on in 2 days.

It consists of 17 modules, with a width of 13 meters and a height of 3 meters. It will be transported by sea after printing at Yingchuang Suzhou factory. The installation takes only 2 days. The office opened in May 2016. The UAE Vice President and Prime Minister, Dubai Chief Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum unveiled it.

Standardization of Construction: Testing 3D printed structure

3D printed wall undergoes destructive detection test by Dubai experts (28T)

Khalfan Belhoul, CEO of Dubai Future Foundation, said: “The most unique thing about a 3D printed house is that it can withstand destructive experiments.” In 2016, Dubai construction experts conducted rigorous safety and rugged performance tests on Yingchuang’s 3D printed walls: After 28T destructive testing, there are few cracks, and its solid strength is 5 times that of traditional buildings.

“The office wall is printed as hollow with built-in insulation”, said Noah Raford, head of global affairs at Dubai Future Foundation. Reduce carbon emissions. “

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The World’s First 3D Printed River Revetment Wall, A Major Milestone In River Engineering

SUZHOU, November 8, 2019 – The world’s first fully 3D printed river revetment wall of 500 meters is delivered by Winsun Building Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd along the Suzhou Creek in China. The wall consists of separate 3D printed modules that provide the necessary protection against the strong river current.

Let us explain why this is an important project that shows the advantages of 3D Printing in comparison to traditional methods of waterway protection works.

Obviously, with the rising water level, the pressure in lower situated land is higher to develop fast and sustainable solutions that help to protect the land vanishing into the river or sea. Even a small increase can have devastating effects on coastal habitats farther inland, it can cause destructive erosion, wetland flooding, aquifer, and agricultural soil contamination and lost habitat for fish, birds, trees and plants, etc.

This ecologically developed riverbank shoreline is integrally formed and functions of retaining the earth and to defend the shoreline from impact by the waves and the strong current, and collapsing under the pressure of the rising water level, caused by co-acting forces, such as water erosion, corrosion, earth pressure, and underwater osmotic pressure.


In recent years, riverbank repair projects often require building materials, such as concrete or customized designed bricks for the construction of solid walls and dams. Although these solutions are stable and provide the necessary protection, they are also expensive and complicated to construct. Also, it is unfortunate that many of those projects did not intend to protect the existing eco-systems. Due to the lack of affordable solutions that can protect nature and provide the required protection. The excavation and foundation-laying in the conventional way of construction can pollute the river and can destroy the integrity of its ecosystem that can cause environmental problems.

3D Printing Construction is a new development that allows for an improved river revetment function that is enabled by 3D printing construction technology. 3D printing technology allows for creating a riverbank bank that follows its original movements, and on top provides endless possibilities to keep or increase the high-quality living environment for the local flora and fauna.

Besides it enables to keep of the original “water flow” function intact, it has now evolved into a better solution that provides both flood control and at the same time preserves its original ecological functions. The modules are set above the riverbank and provide a natural habitat for plants to grow on. This provides a safe, and green recreational spot with beautiful aesthetics for coastal residents and visitors.


On October 17th, 2019 a high-level delegation of directors or the largest Chinese construction corporations visited this example project and they unanimously agreed on the positive impact that 3D Printing can have for this kind of project, and also many other projects that require quality, speed, and precision construction.

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Winsun 3D at International Forum for High-Rise and Special Constructions in Russia

Winsun is featured on the influential 100+ International Forum & Exhibition in Russia is one of the most important events in the region that present all the latest developments and cutting-edge innovations on construction and building our future cities. Winsun will emphasize the importance 3D Printing, for building the“City of the Future”. The event is held in Ekaterinburg in Russia from October 29 to November 1, 2019. Expected are Russian and overseas visitors are: Architects, Designers, Public authorities, Developers, Research institutes, Construction Companies, Contractors, Students, Producers of building materials, etc.

Winsun is featured on 100+ International Forum & Exhibition, International Forum for High-Rise and Special Constructions in Russia
Winsun is featured on 100+ International Forum for High-Rise and Special Constructions in Russia

For this upcoming event on October 29 until November 1, 2019 in City Hall, Mr. Will Wen, Overseas Sales Director of Winsun (Yingchuang Building Technique (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. will further elaborate on“Robots in the Construction Industry”. Mr. Will Wen graduated from the Jiujiang University with major in international economy and trade, joined WINSUN for 2 years, in charge of most significant projects like The World’s First Functional and occupied 3D Printed Building, creating several joint ventures along ‘one belt and one road‘ countries like our Nigerian partnership, etc. For more details check out the 100+ International Forum for High-Rise and Special Constructions, Russia agenda and website.

Winsun at 100 forum in Ekaterinburg Russia
Winsun at 100 forum in Ekaterinburg Russia


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governor oyo state

3D Printing of Affordable Homes discussed at Oyo-Ile Investment Forum in Ibadan

IBADAN Nigeria – At the recently completed investor’s forum held at the Government House in Oyo State on September 2, 2019, Governor Seyi Makinde assured investors of his readiness to make the state comfortable for business prosperity. He said all hands are on the deck to make investors and business owners prosper economically in the state.

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African delegation 3D Printing Tour in China

African Delegation visits 3D Construction Printing Site

SUZHOU CHINA – On November, 2018, Government delegation from Nigeria visited the largest 3D construction printing factory in Suzhou. This is one of many factories owned by Winsun in China. During this tour visitors were shown various architecture structures, wall patterns and other components developed with Additive Manufacturing (3D Print) technology, some of these structures include villas, mini houses, medium sized bungalows, infinity shaped house, midrise apartment complex, road construction components, public rest rooms, smart palms, water retention systems, garden furniture, etc. The visitors were also treated to a first-hand look at how the machine prints the structures.


The tour began with a quick history of Winsun’s 3D construction printing technology, followed by a tour of the buildings line up. The tour team was open to answering any questions throughout the process and the visitors had the opportunity to access all the rooms in the buildings, get a closer look at the layout and different kinds of wall patterns. Visitors were also shown the wall structures and how reinforcement can be used in the construction. Most of these techniques are also used in conventional reinforced concrete construction, but due to 3D printing the main structure, it’s becomes much more efficient to build.

Throughout the experience, the group discussed the rapid growth of the company and the attention that it has drawn over the years. For most of the visitors, the technology was an eye opener, and they welcomed the technology into Africa.

This tour formed one of the many tours per month conducted across all of Winsun and Winsun’s JV factories around the world.

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