Dutch city to unveil world’s first 3D-printed housing complex

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Eindhoven, Netherlands

The Southern Dutch City of Eindhoven intends to reveal the world’s leading first 3D-printed housing complex next year which its inventors consider could revolutionise the building industry by expediting and personalising construction.

Printed in concrete by a robotic arm, the project supported by the city council, Eindhoven Technical University and several construction companies desires to witness its first three-bedroom home by June 2019. Termed as Project Milestone, a housing complex of five homes of varying architecture will be established over the next three to five years financed by private investors.

Source: Malay Mail