Some of the Stunning 3D Printed Houses and Structures
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3D printing technology has made huge strides in the last couple of years. It is now responsible for printing everything from food to viable organs. But perhaps one of the most impressive features of 3D printing is that it can create entire homes.
Yes, you read that right. There are 3D printers out there big enough and sturdy enough to build homes. Better yet, these homes are often eco-friendly, high quality, quick and cheap to build, and aesthetically pleasing. In this video, we bring you a couple of these homes for your eyes to feast on.
There’s the Apis Cor 3D-Printed House. This house is 3D printed in just 24 hours and it is for sale at a cost of only $10,000. Next, there’s a 3D-Printed Office Building in Dubai. It’s the world’s biggest 3D-printed building. The 2-story building was printed in 17 days. The TAM - Fibonacci House was printed using a concrete printer. Its design is based on the Fibonacci sequence.
As you can see, printers can also produce a variety of house designs, which is great because you can almost guarantee you will never get bored of the structures. Want to see more 3D printed house designs? Watch our video.
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