Chinese companies have been known to build major real-estate projects very quickly. Now, one is taking it to a new extreme. Suzhou-based construction-materials firm Winsun New Materials built 10 homes using a gigantic printer.
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shanghai-based winsun decoration design engineering co. unveils a six-story apartment complex and mansion that were fabricated using a long printer
XDM Printing Technology, a printing company based in Suzhou, China, claims to have developed the world's largest selective laser melting (SLM) printer. The has a build volume of 750 x 750 x 500 mm, larger than Concept Laser's X LINE
These printed houses from China appear in just a few hours. They won't win any beauty contest, but a Chinese company has figured out how to print practical homes from waste materials--all for half the cost of conventional construction.
A House in 20 Hours. That was just what Behrokh Khoshnevis says he envisioned when developing Contour Crafting (CC), a concrete-extruding printer that can be used to build a single house in about 20 hours.