Friday, March 3, 2017

This company 3D-printed an adorable house in 24 hours

A 3D-printing company managed to build a star-shaped house on-site in just one day. The cheery yellow dwelling is tiny — just 400 square feet — and circular in layout. The company — San Francisco-based Apis Cor —  built the house from a concrete mixture which it says lasts around 175 years. Apis Cor built the house at its test facility in Moscow, where the temperature proved to be the biggest roadblock. Concrete won’t set below a certain temperature, so the team erected a tent around the printer to keep out some of the freezing air. Shaped like a crane, the printer is relatively…

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