The world’s first 3D-printed house has been built in China. The two-story house, which was printed using a special concrete mixture, took just 48 hours to build.
The 3D-printed house was built by a team of Chinese architects and engineers from WinSun Decoration Design Engineering Co. Ltd. The company has been working on 3D-printed construction technology for several years and has previously built a 3D-printed office building and a 3D-printed villa.
The 3D-printed house is made up of prefabricated sections that were printed using a giant 3D printer. The printer, which is about the size of a tennis court, can print an entire house in just 48 hours.
The company says that the 3D-printed house is more energy-efficient than traditional houses because it is made from a special concrete mixture that has better insulation properties. The 3D-printed house is also said to be earthquake-resistant.
The company plans to mass-produce 3D-printed houses and hopes to build 100 homes by the end of this year.