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Giant Chinese 3D printer builds 10 houses in just 1 day



A Chinese construction company successfully built a 5-storey residential building and a 1,000-square-meter villa using stereoscopic printing technology
Vizenon presented preliminary models of the building and the villa, claiming that these buildings required less labor and were cleaner in terms of waste or noise, and more in time.
The blocks are made from a mixture of sand, concrete and glass fiber, materials processed from common construction waste, which is pumped layer after layer through the top of a 6.6-meter-tall, 32-meter-long industrial printer.