The world’s first 3D printer home!

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The building was built as an office for the Dubai Future Foundation, which is involved in the state program for the development of 3D printing. As architects, the Gensler office was invited, Thornton Tomasetti and Syska Hennessy were involved in the design and engineering. Also, the Chinese company WinSun was involved in the work, which creates prototypes of printed houses.
In the initially stated two weeks the authors almost met, having constructed the construction in 17 days. A large industrial printer six meters high, 36 meters long and 12 meters wide, was used in the construction. In addition to the specialist who ran the printer, seven workers were employed at the construction site to process the structure and ten electricians and communications engineers. Due to the optimization of the time spent, it was possible to save up to 50% on wages in comparison with traditional buildings.
Recall Russian engineer Nikita Chen Yun-Tai working on a 3D printer ApisCor, which prints up to 100 square meters. Meters of housing per day. The company has already opened a representative office in San Francisco and was included in the list of eight construction innovations in 2015. Develops the theme of 3D technology and another major American office – Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Together with the US Department of Energy, architects have created a pavilion printed on the printer, which also transmits energy stored in the distance.

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