It is not a toy house we are talking about. This is a residential house which was built using an advanced technology 3 D printer. San Francisco-based startup Apis Cor built a house in a Russian town within 24 hours with the help of 3 D printing.
These printers are huge and bulky. The walls of the house were printed entirely on site. This is the world’s first ever actually printed house. The innovative design makes it happen actually.
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This consisted of a noble 3 D printer and an automatic mix and supply unit which is combined to make the construction printing process as much automated as possible. The equipment is unique and has no analogs in the world till date.
This printer has unique features such as high printing speed, ease of transport and is lightweight and compact. This equipment has a commendable feature of operating in any temperature including the hottest summers, the coldest winters or as in temperature of -35 degrees.
From inside, these printed houses are no different from the regular concrete houses, these printed houses are as comfortable and reliable as man-made houses. This world’s first ever printed house is about 38 square meter and the cost of building this is about $ 275 per square meter. This amount includes all work and material costs.