3D printing


          We've probably heard of 3d printed mask even 3d printed hand  3D printing technology has expanded over the past few decades. Mighty Buildings, a construction tech company, specialized in 3D printed homes of varying sizes, presenting a technology-forward solution that could address issues like the housing crisis and sustainability. And so far, this formula has found the company success. Mighty Building's upcoming project in Rancho Mirage, California will have the title of "world's first planned community of 3D printed homes," according to its maker.

          This will be the first on-the-ground actualization of our vision for the future of housing - able to be deployed rapidly, affordably, sustainably, and able to augment surrounding communities with a positive dynamic," Alexey Dubov, cofounder and COO of Mighty Buildings, said in a press release. The housing development will consist of 15 homes across five-acres. This $15 million project will be built using the Mighty Kit system, which utilizes prefabbed panels to create custom homes.In this system concrete days are gone Instead, the homes will be based on Mighty Building's 3D printed proprietary Light Stone Material, which sets its shape upon UV light exposure, according to the company. The printers also rely on "robotic automation" and robotic arms, also function to take quality check Using this method getting advantages as speed, sustainability, reducing 99% waste.

              The 1,450 square-foot homes - which will be placed atop 10,000-square-foot plots of land - will come with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. If that's not enough space, the homes will also have a separate 700-square-foot two-bed, one-bath unit. Looking to take advantage of the California sunshine? The backyard will feature a swimming pool and deck, but this outdoor space can be upgraded with hot tubs, firepits, or open-air showers.The homes will also come with a "wellness intelligence solution" that can control living aspects like air and water quality and circadian lights. According to Ruben, this integration of smart tech creates both a comfortable and sustainable living experience by only using energy when needed.

             It also produce its own electricity Along with this eco-friendly trend, the homes will be "zero-net-energy," relying on solar and optional Tesla Powerwall batteries for power. Electric vehicle chargers also come optional. 

Article credit - Shantanu Chavan