Shanghai Company 3-D Prints Village of Humble Concrete Homes – A/N Blog

Chinese Company Assembles 10 3D-Printed Concrete Houses in a Day for Less Than $5,000 Each

 

 

Read more: Chinese Company Assembles 10 3D-Printed Concrete Houses in a Day for Less Than $5,000 Each | Inhabitat – Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

 

 

A Shanghai building company has erected a small village of pitched-roof, 3-D printed structures—in about a day. WinSun Decoration Design Engineering Co is behind the series of humble buildings, a fully fabricated unit is expected to cost less than $5,000. The homes were created through the use of a 490- by 33- by 20-foot 3-D printer that fabricates the basic components required for assembly.

 

 

 

Shanghai Company 3-D Prints Village of Humble Concrete Homes – A/N Blog.

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