The footage of the Russian village being created on a 3D printer has been published

The footage of the Russian village being created on a 3D printer has been published

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The footage of the Russian village being created on a 3D printer has been published

There was a video from the Yaroslavl region, where the construction of the first cottage village in Russia using a 3D printer is underway.

As reported on August 21 by the TV channel REN TV, there will be 12 houses in the village. According to preliminary estimates, the price per square meter will be 20 thousand rubles. The cost of a cottage with an area of ​​46 sq. m without finishing, but with all communications, will amount to 914 thousand rubles.

The work is carried out using the S-300 construction printer. It took the specialists only 27 hours to create the first home. When they plan to complete the construction of all buildings is still unknown. At the same time, all the houses will be different from each other.

It is planned that students from the 3D construction training center will live in the village.

At the end of July, it became known that a house had been delivered in Germany, which was built using a 3D printer. Its walls are filled with concrete and insulating material. The area of ​​the premises is about 160 sq. m. The authorities believe that this method of construction will become popular, as thanks to technology, you can save time and optimize the process.