Can you imagine being able to print your home? Well, this was possible in the Netherlands, Since the couple received the keys The first 3D printed house In that country.
New tenants of the first 3D-printed house in the Netherlands received their keys this weekend After admiring its wavy walls and its dark gray beauty which, according to designers, It is meant to raise a large rock.
Who are the owners of this 3D printed house?
The Retired Merchants Elise Lutz and Harry Deckers They toured the two-bedroom concrete home, which was created by printing 24 pieces at a nearby factory.
he is 3D printed house assembled On a plot of land located in a city Eindhoven, Netherlands.
How is this house 3D printed?
The house has an area of 94 square meters And in it you can clearly see the grooves in which the printer moved from side to side.
According to the engineers of Eindhoven University of Technology, who were among the construction partners, The house represented a boom in the real estate industry.
“With this little house built behind usToday, I think a big step has been taken towards a high-quality real estate industry. Professor Theo Salt said in the video material published by the university: “With this technology, that is, digitization technology, we have contributed significantly to achieving more diversity, sustainability and health in industrial construction.”
Designers say that The house fully complies with Dutch building standards It is the first of the five in what they call Project milestone, With designs that become more complex as they build on the knowledge gained.