The construction sector was always affected by the local constraints due to the necessity of onsite working conditions. Cyber manufacturing proposes an emergent solution by monitoring and managing the manufacturing process in real time, and advancing the feedback/decision-making using digital tools to optimize the sensitive calibrations.

On the other hand, it requires a well-established networking and ample digital capacity for the used manufacturing assets to assure this highly responsive performance. Remote 3D printing is one of these multiparameter processes. It includes three parameters: the printing material, the printer, and the print design, which are all interconnected.

Remote 3D printing gets sophisticated when applied on the architectural scale, experimenting with advanced geometries and new material compositions that are clay-/adobe-based. This chapter investigates the efficiency of remote 3D printing on the architectural scale, experimenting with the material composition, the printer calibration, and the design optimization based on the calibration-feedback decision-making.