Category : Homeowner's Association
3D printing has a wide variety of uses, but one of the most promising things to come out of this technology is the ability to 3D print the structural pieces used to build homes. Never before has this been possible, and it’s taking the housing market by storm.
All of the main components for a “tiny home” or even a full-sized, 3000 square foot home can be printed, from the walls and foundation to creative architectural details and ornamental touches. 3D printed homes will cost far less than one built by standard construction methods, because there is no need to buy bulk materials, some of which might go to waste. Cost savings in construction are always welcome for any homebuyer or builder!
3D printing is the future of sustainable housing. A printed home can be built with considerably less waste than is normally generated during regular home construction, and therefore offers a lot of cost savings. Materials are produced as needed – and can be printed more quickly than you might think, so there is rarely any excess production or waste created at the job site.
If you’re looking to save money and promote sustainable housing methods, you might want to consider 3D printing your next home or office building!