Wednesday, February 11, 2015

3D Printer Prints Houses in China




More grist for the 3D Printer mill and the never ending uses of concrete.

A Chinese company uses a 3D-printer to print houses for rapid assembly in China.  Printing components from a mixture of sand, concrete and glass fiber, all materials processed from common construction waste, the process holds promise.

The commercial 3D printer used is over 6 meters tall and 32 meters long.

The video isn't the most slick production you'll ever see, but it will be of interest to most. 

 


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1 comment:

Ronny McNamara said...

This is absolutely jaw-dropping! Earlier I had read about 3D printer in jewelry and I marveled at the technology but this is taking to another level altogether. This will certainly decrease the cost of production.