Rendering of Softkill Design 3D printed house
 

Rendering of Softkill Design 3D printed house

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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Softkill says the house could be printed in 31 sections in three weeks, using the largest 3-D printer in the world. Each piece would be about 26 feet wide and 13 feet long, but lightweight enough to transport via truck. The sections would simply interlock without adhesive, reducing construction time to one day.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Anne Power added this to poweranne’s ideas
May 27, 2014
Softkill says the house could be printed in 31 sections in three weeks, using the largest 3-D printer in the world. Each piece would be about 26 feet wide and 13 feet long, but lightweight enough to transport via truck. The sections would simply interlock without adhesive, reducing construction time to one day.
rysiop added this to Garden
July 29, 2013
Soft­kill says the house could be printed in 31 sec­tions in three weeks, us­ing the largest 3-D printer in the world. Each piece would be about 26 feet wide and 13 feet long, but light­weight enough to trans­port via truck. The sec­tions would sim­ply in­ter­lock with­out ad­he­sive, re­duc­ing con­struc­tion time to one day.
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