Introducing the World’s First 3D Printed House
The first house printed using 3D printing technology has been built in Stupino town, Moscow. Using Apis Cor 3D printing technology, the building was constructed in just under 24 hours. It cost $10,000 dollars to build and can stand for 175 years. A distinctive feature of the printer is its design, which is reminiscent of the tower crane, allowing the printer to execute the printing process of constructing the building both inside and outside.
After completing the wall structures, the printer was removed from the building with a crane-manipulator with the final area of the printed building coming in at 38 m², (approximately 400sq ft).
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