US 2021/0284575 A1

Novel cement composition for 3D printing and method of use

(22) 25.07.2019

(43) 16.09.2021

(57) A novel cement composition for 3D printing including has 90% to 99.5% by weight of one or more cements selected from a Portland cement, an aluminous cement, a sulphoaluminous cement and a prompt natural cement; and has 0.5% to 10% by weight of a silicoaluminous filler having a specific surface area of at least 5 m2/g, as well as a method for implementing the composition.

(71) Vicat, Paris La Defense (FR)

(73) Vicat, Paris La Defense (FR)

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