Zolyndo, an American company, created the first prefabricated houses using advanced 3D printing technology. These homes can be obtained through Amazon starting at US$22,000.
By printing concrete in layers, it allows for a faster and more efficient construction process compared to traditional construction methods.
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The house costs US$22,000.
What is the construction process of Zolyndo prefabricated houses:
Design and Planning: Customers choose the prefabricated home design they want and work with Zolyndo designers to customize aspects such as the interior layout, size and specific features they desire. 3D Printing: Using advanced 3D printing technology, Zolyndo Prints house components, such as walls, floors, and ceilings, into layers of concrete. This process is typically faster than traditional construction methods, allowing for a significant reduction in lead times. Assembly: Once all the necessary components have been printed, they are moved to the construction site and assembled to form the complete structure of the house. This process is also carried out quickly and efficiently thanks to the prefabrication of the components.
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Finishes and customization: After the assembly of the structure has been completed, final finishes are made according to the client's specifications. This may include the installation of windows, doors, electrical systems, plumbing and any other custom details.Delivery and final assembly: Once the house is completely completed, it is delivered to the client and final assembly is performed on site. This may include connecting to utilities such as water, electricity, and sewer, as needed.
They are ecological and can be transported anywhere in the world. (Photo: Amazon)
Advantages of houses made with 3D printing
Prefabricated homes offer a number of advantages over traditional construction, which may include:
Lower cost: They tend to be cheaper than traditional construction due to mass manufacturing efficiency, waste reduction, and resource optimization. Reduced construction time: Most components of prefabricated homes are built factory, allowing for faster assembly on site. Higher quality control: Since much of the construction process is done in a controlled factory environment, prefabricated homes tend to have higher quality standards and lower probability of construction errors. Flexible customization: Although they have standardized designs, clients can choose how they want each environment, measurements, layout of the house, etc.
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Energy efficiency: They are designed with a focus on energy efficiency, using materials and construction techniques that reduce energy consumption and long-term operating costs. Ecofriendly: They are more ecological, as sustainable materials are used, generating less waste during construction and being more energy efficient. Transportable: They are designed to be mobile or detachable, allowing owners to move them to different locations if necessary. They can also be easily expanded or modified.
For all these points, 3D printed prefabricated houses include a countless number of advantages, from lower costs to faster and more effective production. In this way, its popularity is growing more and more among markets around the world.