House Successfully 3D Printed In 24 Hours
It’s crazy to think you could 3D print a house and even more insane to think it could be done in a day, but apparently, it can…
Who would think you could it is possible to build a house in a day? Well it is and Apris Cor did it in an impressive 24 hours.
This 400-square-foot home was built in Russia, costing just over a meagre $10k, using a mobile 3D printer, according to Mashable.
Crazily, the main parts of the house were all built just using a 3D printer and a concrete mixture.
The windows and furniture were added after, including its cheerful coat of paint, but the whole thing came to an insanely cheap $10,134.
This incredible building is kitted out with a hallway, bathroom, living room and kitchen and will apparently last upto 175 years.
Founder Nikita Chen-yun-tai said:
We want to change public views that construction can’t be fast, eco-friendly, efficient and reliable at the same time.
Our goal is to become the biggest international construction company to solve problems of accommodation around the globe.
The printing company claim they are the first to print whole buildings on one site as apparently, 3D houses have been previously made off site, then put together later.
Here’s the incredible video:
The world’s first building was 3D printed last year in China, but the components had been created off site.
Apparently another Chinese based construction company printed a two-story house on site, but it took 45 days to achieve.
This could be an absolute game-changer when it comes to creating affordable homes for people amidst the current housing crisis.
It looks like the future is here…