The first couple to live in a 3D printed home in Europe

Web Desk. For the first time in Europe, a full house has been built with a 3D printer in which a couple has taken up residence. Dutch couple Elize Lutz, 70, and Harrie Dekkers, 67 have moved into a house-made with this 3D printer.

The house looks like a glacier, Europe’s first legal residential 3D printed property. Its load-bearing walls are made with 3D printing technology and the whole house is equipped with the latest technology.

But it does not have the option to open the entrance with a key, the door is opened with an App. Elize Lutz said the house feels like a bunker, safe and beautiful.

It is very difficult and expensive to build a house with such a structure using traditional methods, but 3D printing reduces the cost considerably.

It was built by a construction company, Saint-Gobain Weber Beamix, and covers an area of ​​94 square meters. A large robotic arm and nozzle were used for 3D printing of this house, with the addition of special cement.

The structure was later printed after the architect’s design and the walls were reinforced by adding one layer after another. Earlier, the world’s first 3D printed apartment building was built in China in 2016, which took 45 days. Apple’s new privacy policy that could ‘shake’ the Business World


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