First two-story, 3D printed house being built on Wolfe Island

First two-story, 3D printed house being built on Wolfe Island

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First two-story, 3D printed house being built on Wolfe Island

Published Friday, July 29, 2022 5:24PM EDT Last Updated Friday, July 29, 2022 6:14 PM EDT

3D printing has been used to create many things these days, but what if you could 3D print a house.
It’s not only possible but it’s happening right here in eastern Ontario.

“In a really predictable and automated way placing that concrete in order to grow a structure almost right out of the ground,” Arthur explains.

READ FULL ARTICLE HERE: https://ottawa.ctvnews.ca/first-two-story-3d-printed-house-being-built-on-wolfe-island-1.6007960

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        Towards houses built by 3D concrete printing

        Towards houses built by 3D concrete printing

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        Towards houses built by 3D concrete printing

        Posted August 9

        “It’s great to see so many different groups working together to do something remarkable that will hopefully change the future of housing,” said Fiona Coughlin, President and CEO of Habitat for Humanity Windsor. -Essex. “It’s very exciting because this is the first multi-unit building built with a 3D printer in North America. »

        READ FULL ARTICLE HERE: https://www.lapresse.ca/maison/immobilier/2022-08-09/vers-des-maisons-construites-par-impression-3d-beton.php

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              Kingston-based company building new sector in housing construction industry

              Kingston-based company building new sector in housing construction industry

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              Kingston-based company building new sector in housing construction industry

              By Zoha Khalid – Kingstonist – September 15, 2022

              The first-ever two-storey building with a 3D-printed basement is under construction at Division Street and Adelaide Street in Kingston by nidus3D, a Kingston-based 3D Construction Printing company.

              “Concrete and masonry homes can withstand the extreme weather events that are becoming more and more common,” noted Sachdev. “Thanks to 3DCP, we can build these significantly more affordably than through legacy-construction approaches.”

              READ FULL ARTICLE HERE:: https://www.kingstonist.com/news/kingston-based-company-building-new-sector-in-housing-construction-industry/

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