【买不起房?来3D打印一个!】

【买不起房?来3D打印一个!】

在零下35℃,近莫斯科的斯图皮诺小镇,俄罗斯Apis Cor公司在24小时之内用3D打印技术创建一所36平的房子,包括起居室、浴室、厨房、楼道和全套家具,成本仅一万多美金,可以居住至少175年。

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4290498/Your-home-printed-completed-24hrs.html

The $10,000 home that can be 3D printed in just 24 hours:  Watch the 400-square-foot concrete house take shape in just a day

  • Startup used a mobile 3D printer to build a 400 sq ft home in Russia
  • Printed the walls, partitions and building envelope using a concrete mixture 
  • Inside is a hall, bathroom, living room and kitchen with Samsung appliances
  • Cost of the project was $10,134, which includes labor, materials and furnishings  

 

It could be the end of seemingly neverending delays and arguments with builders.

A San Francisco startup has revealed a future where homes are built in just 24 hours.

Apis Cor unveiled a 400-square-foot house in a town outside of Moscow, Russia that was constructed using a mobile 3D printer.

The technology printed the walls, partitions and building envelope from a concrete mix - the entire project was done in a single day and amounted to $10,134.

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A San Francisco startup foresees a future where homes are built in just 24 hours. Apis Cor unveiled a 400-square-foot home in a town outside of Moscow, Russia that was constructed using a mobile 3D printer

A San Francisco startup foresees a future where homes are built in just 24 hours. Apis Cor unveiled a 400-square-foot home in a town outside of Moscow, Russia that was constructed using a mobile 3D printer

HOW WAS IT BUILT?

Apis Cor, in collaboration with PIK, a Russian developer, printed a 400 sq ft , single-story home using a mobile 3D printer.

The house’s wall, partitions and building envelope were all printed with a concrete mixture.

Human workers then stepped in to paint the walls and install the roof, windows, wiring, hydro-acoustic and thermal insulation.

House interior includes a hall, a bathroom, a living room and a compact functional kitchen with the most modern appliances from Samsung.

Construction took place on a day in December 2016, when temperatures were just -31°F (-35°C) in Stupino town, a region near Moscow, Russia.

Apis Cor, in collaboration with PIK, a Russian developer, printed the home using a massive mobile 3D printer.

'Design of the single-story residential house is rather unusual,' Apis Cors stated in a blog post.

'This project was selected specifically, as one of the main purposes of this construction is to demonstrate the flexibility of equipment and diversity of available forms.

'The house can be of any shape, including the familiar square shape, because the additive technology has no restrictions on design of new buildings, except for the laws of physics.'

 

The house’s wall, partitions and building envelope were all printed with a concrete mixture.

Human workers then stepped in to paint the walls and install the roof, windows, wiring, hydro-acoustic and thermal insulation.

‘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,’ Apis Cor shared.

Apis Cor, in collaboration with PIK, a Russian developer, printed the home using a massive mobile 3D printer (pictured)

Apis Cor, in collaboration with PIK, a Russian developer, printed the home using a massive mobile 3D printer (pictured)

The house’s wall, partitions and building envelope were all printed with a concrete mixture. The construction was done in a small tent, as the temperature was below freezing on the day the firm began building

The house’s wall, partitions and building envelope were all printed with a concrete mixture. The construction was done in a small tent, as the temperature was below freezing on the day the firm began building

The firm also noted that because the printing process is automated, the risk of human error is almost eliminated. The walls were constructed using a concrete mixture, which is believed to be sturdy enough to withstand the elements 

The firm also noted that because the printing process is automated, the risk of human error is almost eliminated. The walls were constructed using a concrete mixture, which is believed to be sturdy enough to withstand the elements

‘The printer has a small size, easily transportable and does not require long preparation before the commencement of the construction works because it has a built-in automatic horizon alignment and stabilization system.’

The firm also noted that because the printing process is automated, the risk of human error is almost eliminated.

Construction took place on a day in December 2016, when temperatures were just -31°F (-35°C) in Stupino town, a region near Moscow, Russia. The small house is 400 sq feet, but was cheaper to build than rent for a studio in a major US city

Construction took place on a day in December 2016, when temperatures were just -31°F (-35°C) in Stupino town, a region near Moscow, Russia. The small house is 400 sq feet, but was cheaper to build than rent for a studio in a major US city

Human workers then stepped in to paint the walls and install the roof, windows, wiring, hydro-acoustic and thermal insulation

Human workers then stepped in to paint the walls and install the roof, windows, wiring, hydro-acoustic and thermal insulation

Inside of the house is a hall, a bathroom, a living room and a compact full kitchen ‘with the most modern appliances from Samsung’.

'To illustrate how 3D printing solves the issue of embedding home appliances and electronics of various formats, a premium SUHD TV, JS9500 with diagonal of 78 Inches was installed in the house,' explained Apis Cor.

'An interesting fact is that the radius of curvature of the TV matches the house wall curvature.'

In the end, the 400-sqare-foot (38-square-meter) home costs a total of $10,134 to construct the printed house, which is $81 per square foot.

Inside of the house is a hall, a bathroom, a living room and a compact full kitchen ‘with the most modern appliances from Samsung’

Inside of the house is a hall, a bathroom, a living room and a compact full kitchen ‘with the most modern appliances from Samsung’

'To illustrate how 3D printing solves the issue of embedding home appliances and electronics of various formats, a premium SUHD TV, JS9500 with diagonal of 78 Inches was installed in the house,' explained Apis Cor. 'An interesting fact is that the radius of curvature of the TV matches the house wall curvature'

'To illustrate how 3D printing solves the issue of embedding home appliances and electronics of various formats, a premium SUHD TV, JS9500 with diagonal of 78 Inches was installed in the house,' explained Apis Cor. 'An interesting fact is that the radius of curvature of the TV matches the house wall curvature'

The house also has an innovative Samsung AddWash WW70K62E69 washing machine installed. And by installing a special app you can manage the washing process remotely via smartphone.

The house also has an innovative Samsung AddWash WW70K62E69 washing machine installed. And by installing a special app you can manage the washing process remotely via smartphone.

However, the firm believes that a square house with a much simpler design would cost just $68 per square foot.

‘As the printer prints self-bearing walls and partitions, it allows to save up to 70% on erecting building boxes compared to traditional construction techniques, such as with method, because each block has to has to be put in place, cut to size and aligned,’ Apis Cor explained.

‘Also there is the necessity to bring the required equipment and tools to the construction site, replace them after breakage, unload materials and oversee the builders.

‘Often there is a risk of human error, and completion of a standard cottage house on average can take up to two months.’

‘The Apis Cor company and its partners are confident that the house in Stupino was the first step that can convince the world that 3D technology in the construction market is a reality.’

In the end, the 400-sqare-foot (38-square-meter) home costs a total of $10,134 to construct the printed house, which is $81 per square foot. However, the firm believes that a square house with a much simpler design would cost just $68 per square foot

In the end, the 400-sqare-foot (38-square-meter) home costs a total of $10,134 to construct the printed house, which is $81 per square foot. However, the firm believes that a square house with a much simpler design would cost just $68 per square foot

 


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