NewsLink – India’s First 3 D Printed House In Chennai – By ND NewsDesk
The country’s first 3 D printed house paving the way for a revolutionary change in the construction sector. A startup company Tvasta Manufacturing Solutions made the 3 D printed house in I I T- Madras Campus.
The company claims to use eco-friendly materials at low cost. It was produced in collaboration with Habitat for Humanity. The cost is only R s 800 – R s 1,200 per square foot.
It took only 10 days to build a house of 600 square feet and has a bedroom, a hall and a kitchen. In comparison to the conventional method of building houses which takes four or five months, using this technology a house can be build in 5 days. This can reduce cost of the house by around 30% and also the building will stay for many years.
The advantage of 3 D printing technology is that it reduces manufacturing time and cost. It used special cement.
When the computer receives the design of the building, a 3 D printing device filled with construction materials will make the parts of the house. India completely developed this concrete printing technology.
What is Concrete 3 D printing ?
It is an automated manufacturing way for making real life buildings. This technique uses a 3 D printer that accepts a computerized three-dimensional design file from the customer and makes a 3 D structure in a layer-by-layer method by using a special type of cement.
The Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman inaugurated India’s First 3 D Printed House In Chennai. Adithya VS, Co-founder and chief executive officer, Tvasta said that this can ensure affordable, good quality houses for all Indians using own technology.
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