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Why 3D printed building is more than a fad

A 3D Printed Home by Icon. The home is a single storey, 650-square-foot house, made out of cement in only 12 to 24 hours, and it was unveiled at SXSW.

We all have an idea of what’s involved in building a house: great expense, a lengthy design process and an even lengthier construction process involving men wearing yellow safety helmets. But this scenario is being upended by the use of 3D printing techniques.

On building sites of the future, the traditional laying of bricks and mortar may be replaced by automated piping of layers of concrete, programmed with precision from the original architectural designs. This is no different from the process that takes place inside a desktop 3D printer – it just uses different materials, and it’s a great deal bigger.

The latest example has just been unveiled by the construction technology company, Icon, at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas – a 650 square foot, one bedroom house, printed in less than a day for under $10,000.

‘Solving homelessness’

With a global housing crisis that will, if unchecked, force about 1.6 billion people into inadequate shelter by 2025, 3D printing offers a glimpse of a solution – not least because the houses unveiled in Austin are pleasant to look at. Unlike cheaply built homes of the past, these are buildings you might actually want to live in.

Solving homelessness is a lofty ambition for a technology that most people associate with small-scale thermoplastic gizmos such as pen holders or doorstops. But 3D printing has made quiet, but significant inroads into many industries, including clothing, aviation and medicine.

The breakthroughs being made in the construction industry have raised eyebrows because of their scale. From the first printed house in Shanghai almost four years ago, to the Office Of The Future constructed at the foot of the Emirates Towers in Dubai in 2016, each announcement is met with collective amazement that construction on that scale could be automated.

The unique building on the Emirates Towers premises will house the temporary office of the Dubai Future Foundation. Wam Sheikh Mohamnmed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, opened the Office of the Future in a 3D printed building in 2016. A 3D printed villa is planned. Wam

“Getting [3D printing] machines of that size is difficult, so flexible robots play a big role,” says Guglielmo Carra from engineering company Arup. It pioneered experiments with printing building elements in metal.

‘Robots don’t need to go home at the end of the day’

“But it’s important to prove that new technologies can work on a large scale,” he says. “You need to think about how a wall can cope with wind, or seismic activity. It also helps with public acceptance of these experiments because if people see a small-scale prototype, they then say ‘OK, but now what?’”

Moving from prototype designs to actual buildings is something that 3D printing handles effortlessly. It is a simple scaling up process that can be done with total precision. That precision brings with it a raft of additional benefits, says Carra. “Reducing mistakes means reducing costs, optimising use of materials and improving sustainability,” he says. “It also has huge scope in terms of freedom of shape. We’ve created very complex shapes in metal that you couldn’t make in any other way, and which have added huge value in terms of the performance of the building.”

The skill and speed with which robots are able to “print” materials, be it using concrete, metal, sand or plastic, puts them up in competition with construction workers – because they don’t need to go home at the end of the day, and you don’t need to pay them.

800 million workers to lose their jobs to robotic technology

A recent report from the McKinsey Consultancy estimates that 800 million workers will lose their jobs to robotic technology by 2030, and the construction industry will undoubtedly make a contribution. But humans will still be needed on construction sites.

“Workers are not going to be left out of construction sites,” says Carra. “Robots can undertake the difficult operations and free up humans to do the less risky work. Also, not all buildings will be 3D printed. Yes, there may be a requirement for it if a building needs to be constructed quickly, or if complex shapes are needed. But 3D printing just offers more choice and more freedom to pick the best process for that specific project.”

The issue of building codes

It’s been two years since UAE Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, announced a plan to base a quarter of Dubai’s buildings on 3D printing technology by 2030, and the first 3D printed villa is due to be unveiled imminently.

More widespread use of the technique across the world, however, may initially be held back by building codes and regulations that lag behind technological change – after all, most countries don’t allow you to just erect a building however you want.

Last September saw the “Bod” (Building On Demand) put up in Copenhagen, the first to comply with EU building regulations, and Carra believes that the rule books will change as the technology consolidates. “Some building codes don’t specifically allow the use of 3D printing,” he says. “But that doesn’t mean that you can’t do it. It does mean, however, that you have to go through a longer approval process.”

El Salvador is one country that is offering its approval. Icon has announced that it has partnered with a homelessness charity, New Story, to construct a development of 100 of its 3D printed homes there next year.

By that point Icon hopes to have brought the unit cost of each house down to just $4,000. It almost seems too good to be true but of course rolling out new technology at such a scale is not without its problems.

3D Printed Home by Icon which describes itself as "a construction technologies company dedicated to revolutionising homebuilding". Icon is based in Austin, Texas and it was unveiled at SXSW. The home is a single storey, 650-square-foot house, made out of cement in only 12 to 24 hours. Icon’s 3D printed building looks, truly, like a home.

“The issue of scale is one that still needs to be proved feasible,” says Carra. “And of course the technology relies on robots, which requires initial capital investment, so the economics have to be proved feasible, too.”

What is not in question is the agility of the process and the aesthetic merit of the results. “It might sound like a less relevant problem in relation to the housing crisis,” says Carra, “but this is an opportunity to bring better looking housing to certain parts of the world. Nicer environments, nicer neighbourhoods, with buildings that don’t have to look identical and can have variation without incurring extra costs.”

We already know that attractive surroundings are conducive to our well being. What we are now learning is that 3D printed buildings could, at least in theory, improve the quality of life of thousands if not millions of people.

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JoyNano 240W Switching Power Supply 24V 10A AC-DC Converter Transformer for 3D Printer, CCTV Surveillance LED Display Industrial Automation Stepper Motor and More [Upgraded Version]

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Screw Terminal Number: 9
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Dimension: 200 x 110 x 50 mm (L x W x H) 7.8 x 4.3 x 1.9 inch
Net Weight: 690g 1.5lb

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+V: DC power output “+”
-V: DC power output “-“
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Storage temperature: -20 to 60 degree Celsius
Environmental humidity: 10-95%

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COMPLEMENT YOUR 3D PRINTER WITH THE BEST 3D FILAMENT SPOOL

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Print out impressive designs every time with the smoothest extruding PLA filament. Made with the highest-quality
materials, produced under strict quality control, and vacuum sealed to keep moisture at bay, our PLA 1.75mm
filament ensures your print outs are bubble-free and extra strong while protecting your 3D printer by preventing
jamming. This 3D printing filament has passed CQC, CE and UL certification of the United States and comes
with a hard-to-find lifetime guarantee that makes every purchase completely risk-free.

Eco-Friendly Sensibility

Make 3D printing an eco-conscious affair with our non-toxic PLA filament spool. We’ve created it using highly
renewable and biodegradable sources such as corn or starch, and used toxin-free inks that never spread out any
poisonous materials when disposed of. Available in white, black, red, green and blue, these spools are the best
choice for anyone looking to dive into the exciting world of 3D printing without causing any harm to the environment.

Here’s what distinguishes our PLA 3D printer spool filaments:

– Tangle-free and round filaments easily feed into your printer.

– Compatible with most 3D printers even those without heating beds.

– Unmatched interlayer adhesion gives your print outs extra strength.

– Feature a low extrusion temperature of 195-210C (383-410F).

– Produces an unmatched accuracy of +/-0.03mm for precision.

– Smooth flow prevents any warping or formation of bubbles.

Create the most elaborate designs with the strongest and smoothest flowing 1.75mm filament strands for your 3D printer.

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  • NO MORE BUBBLING: Bring even the most intricate designs to life with this bubble-free 1kg PLA filament spool. The smooth flowability of the 3D printer refill keeps warping at bay and works with the industry-leading accuracy of +/-0.03mm to produce impressive results.
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