wiredInUSA August 2016


Ducab’s cables link to ‘Office of the Future’

Dr Ahmed Bin Hassan Al Shaikh, Ducab’s chairman. It was printed using a giant 3D printer measuring 36.5m long, 12m wide, and 6m high (120ft x 40ft x 20ft). The machine used a multi-axis robotic arm to print in three dimensions. It took 17 days to print the structure, and two days to install it on-site.

Ducab has supplied approximately 10km of cables and wires, including LPCB approved FlamBICC fire performance cables, TUFF DuFlex heat resistant flexible cables, and the Ducab Connect range of cable accessories, to the “Office of the Future”. The Office of the Future installation is the world’s first entirely 3D-printed office, recently launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, vice-president and prime minister of the UAE and ruler of Dubai. “Dubai has a strong vision for its future. As an Emirati company, Ducab is exceedingly proud to play a part in converting the vision to reality through the provision of UAE manufactured cables and powering projects that are shaping the future for Dubai and for the UAE in general,” said


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