The 3D printing industry is constantly developing innovative solutions to support numerous branches of the economy – from the most obvious ones, such as industry, automotive or aviation, to niche and specialized ones, such as regenerative medicine, electronics production, or re-education products for everyday use. The area in which 3D printing is increasingly entering is also the construction industry – and this is not about the topic of “3D printed buildings” popular in the mainstream media, but also the creation of unique and specialized applications. On October 20, 2021, during the 3D Printing Days fair in Kielce, the first Polish 3D printing technology for construction had its premiere: SkribiArt, combining technical precision and artistic aesthetics in a unique way.

The use of various materials in 3D printing allows us to meet the needs of an ever wider range of recipients. Printing possibilities using, for example, plastics, resins or metal powders, are well known. However, inventors in the 3D printing and additive technology industries are still looking for ways to leverage other materials and thus target new markets.

3dArtech focused on plaster and ceramic masses, which allowed for the development of innovative solutions for construction and architecture – SkribiArt technology. It includes:

  • an innovative hybrid 3D printer on a global scale, making wall-mounted and free-standing elements with fireproof, acoustic and decorative properties
  • three product lines
  • and proprietary software for designers.

What distinguishes SkribiArt is the pursuit of combining technical precision and artistic aesthetics. The 3D printer carries out projects with perfect accuracy, and at the same time its products are not identical – the proprietary method of applying masses and their physical properties are designed to recreate the impression of manual work, also through unevenness and diversification of forms.

SkribiArt products are available in three lines: SkribiDecor, SkribiAcoustic and SkribiEko. Each line meets different requirements, has different properties and purpose. However, all SkribiArt products are linked by the technology of creation, innovative technical thought and the ability to customize products to specific design needs.

SkribiDecor was created especially with the aesthetics of the building in mind. It is a line of decorative panels that allows you to transfer artists’ designs, graphics or photos to facades and interior walls, both in small-scale and large-scale. Visual effects are based on the use of color, form, drawing and chiaroscuro. They can be created in one of five artistic techniques that are created thanks to original heads.

The SkribiAcoustic line includes spatial panels and structures with acoustic properties: they transmit, absorb or diffuse sound. They are distinguished by characteristic perforations / structures composed of acoustic channels. The length of the channels can be adapted to the specific project to suppress sounds at the frequencies indicated. The outer, front layer of the products offers great decorative possibilities.

SkribiEko is a product line for smaller inhabitants of the globe – clay forms in the spirit of sustainable architecture provide shelter for insects, birds and small animals.

A part of the SkribiArt technology is also SkribiPlan, proprietary software for designers, for self-preparation of compositions. It allows you to create structures and visual effects mainly for SkribiDecor products.


Paweł Ślusarczyk
CEO of 3D Printing Center. Has over 15 years' experience in buisiness, gained in IT, advertising and polygraphy. Part of 3D printing industry since 2013.

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