Sunday 02 May 2021
Companies using 3D printing to build houses at 'half the time for half the price'
3D printing technology has led to the creation of an bewildering variety of three-dimensional objects and now it's being used in the building industry to create new homes.
This revolution is using this new technology to build homes at half the time and at half the price of traditional construction. It just might be an emerging market that builders and buyers simply cannot ignore.
This would much simply the process of choosing the house you want, selecting a design and pushing print.
The process comprises of creating homes from the ground up, using a massive printer and a special concrete formula. The proprietary concrete used to make the homes is inherently resilient and this cost-effective yet sturdy construction could help make homes nationwide more affordable, making it a major contender in the fight against homelessness and the effects of climate change. 3D printing might also be a solution for the country's housing shortage and homeless crisis.
Unlike traditional homes, which can take weeks or even months to frame out, the walls and foundation of a 3D-printed home can be ready in as little as two days, with only a three or four person crew. All of these factors brings the production costs down tremendously.
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