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6 First 3D printed House Appeared in Yaroslavl, Russia

First 3D printed House Appeared in Yaroslavl, Russia

Posted on October 25, 2017 by tim


First in Russia (and they claim in Europe as well) 3-D printed house appeared in Yaroslavl city. It took just one month to print it! Then some decoration and roof was added to make it look like a normal house.

The total size of the house is 300 square meters or around 3000 sq feet.

The house is already connected to all lines such as water pipes and electricity.

It is certified and soon be placed into the registry of Russian properties.

This is how they built it on a huge printer that pours concrete.

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6 Responses to “First 3D printed House Appeared in Yaroslavl, Russia”

  1. Douglas says:

    Fascinating metal steps in the 3rd photo. They seem uniquely Russian.

  2. m! says:

    Ok but i need only two things – how many m2 and how much$? :D

  3. m! says:

    Heating connection also is so advenced

  4. Lumpy Gravy says:

    So, McMansion has finally arrived in Russia? How awful!

  5. Hans Peter Smallegoor says:

    In photo 8 you can see the crane used to move the printer head around is from a Danish company called 3D Printhuset who already built a house in Copenhagen…

  6. RB says:

    They even have attachment points on the roof so Russian helicopter can deliver it anywhere with twenty four hours notice or its free.

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