10 Completely 3-D Printed Houses Built in Less Than Day in Shanghai
Homes created entirely by massive 3-D printer that fabricates components required for assembly.
Dawn of a new era? A group of 3D printed homes, 200 square meters each, recently appears in Shanghai, China. WinSun Decoration Design Engineering Co. created these buildings entirely out of concrete using a gigantic 3D printer, and each costs only 30,000 RMB ($4,800) to build. WinSun hopes their 3-D printer and technology could offer “affordable and dignified housing” for the impoverished—but, I imagine it won’t take the technology long to be incorporated into high-end home construction. Stick builders may soon be the dinosaurs of home builders..
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Meanwhile, there a far more ornate home plastic being 3D printed in Amsterdam. This one, however, is estimated willu take over 3 years to complete.