- Apis Cor Builds Whole House with 3D Printer in 24 hours
- San Francisco-based company Apis Cor built a whole house with a 3D printer within 24 hours. The house was built in a space of 400 square feet.
The company used the mobile 3D printer to print out the house's concrete walls, partitions and building envelope.
The cost is under $11,000 to complete. A price includes windows, doors, electrical wiring, plumbing and other things resembling a real home.
The estimate is about $25 per square foot, or $275 per square meter. Though that amount doesn't seem to including the cost of the land itself.
Apis Cor's founder, Nikita Chen-yun-tai said;
"We want to help people around the world to improve their living conditions. That's why the construction process needs to become fast, efficient and high-quality as well. For this to happen, we need to delegate all the hard work to smart machines."
- The developer of the unique equipment, Apis Cor company approached the issue of building this house from all sides and invited five world renowned companies, which are known for their innovative approach, as partners: PIK Companies Group, Samsung Electronics, TechnoNICOL corporation, Bitex Reibeputz company and «Fabrika Okon» company.
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- source : Time