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24 hours to build a 100 square meters house 

On seven continents there live millions of people who dream to improve their living conditions but cannot afford it.

Good housing costs much. Or at least it used to.

Today we have 3D printing, mobile printer and new types of construction materials to build houses in a quick and efficient way.

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Media about us

  • This start-up will 3D print your house… for $10K. A company says its 3D-printer will print a house. Fast and cheap.

    The Washington Post

  • Thanks to the 3D printing revolution, one company was able to "build" a tiny home in just 24 hours.

    TIME

  • Why 3-D Printed Homes May Save Lives As Well As the Environment.

    NBC News

  • As we start to 3D-print everything — including houses, of all things — it's pretty impressive that a company built one in just 24 hours.

    Mashable

  • Häuser aus dem 3D-Drucker: Moskauer Start-Up leistet Pionierarbeit.

    RT DEUTSCH

  • If you’re looking to move but can’t find the house of your dreams, you may be able to just print out what you’re after in the near future.

    QUARTZ

  • The $10,000 home that can be 3D printed in just 24 hours:  Watch the 400-square-foot concrete house take shape in just a day

    MAIL Online

  • Though 3D-printed architecture is still in its relative infancy, we're already at the point that printing a basic house is feasible.

    NEW ATLAS

  • The next phase of 3D printing is to move on to things that are big. Really big. Like, as big as a house.

    SingularityHub

  • 3D printing construction company Apis Cor has completed the first ever on-site printed house in Russia.

    designboom

  • Apis Cor, a company dedicated to building the world with printing has built its first ever 3D-printed home.

    Futurism

  • Apis Cor posted a promotional video of their home being constructed in Russia, claiming the structure was built in 24 hours.

    CBS SFBayArea

  • This SF startup says it can 3D-print houses in less than 24 hours.

    SFGATE

  • Apis Cor’s Portable 3D Printer Builds a Tiny Home with Tiny Price

    Inside3Dprinting

  • In 24 hours, get a 3D-printed house that will last 175 years

    Archinect

  • 「家って「建てる」ものだと思っていました。でもこれからの時代、「3Dプリンター」を使って、家を「印刷する」ことができるようです。それも、たったの24時間で。」

    TABI LABO

  • «Amazing industrial 3D printer fits in a truck, can print an entire building in 24 hours».

    Digital Trends

  • "The reality of entire buildings being constructed in one day would be mindblowing in urban areas alone, but just imagine the real impact for developing countries. The Apis Cor could literally change people’s lives in a day."

    3DPrint

  • "The Apis Cor 3D Printer is looking to revolutionize the usage of 3D printers for construction purposes, especially for developing nations where such low-cost and time-efficient methods are essential."

    Techtimes

  • «Мобильный строительный 3D-принтер Apis Cor – интересный проект, который может составить конкуренцию работам Андрея Руденко и итальянской WASP».

    ABCnews

  • Hausbau per 3D-Drucker ist längst keine Zukunftsmusik mehr, bisherige Demonstrationen haben aber die Limitierungen der Technologie gezeigt. Häuser wurden meist nicht vor Ort "gedruckt"…

    krone.at

  • «Уникальность изобретения в его конструкции и производительности. Отличительная особенность модели – принтер печатает, находясь внутри дома, а не снаружи, что увеличивает  эффективность и мобильность печати».

    3Dtoday

  • «Apis Cor Mobile 3D Printer Seeks to Bring 3D Printed Construction On-Site».

    3D Printing Industry

  • "At a time when poverty in both developing and developed countries is still a prevalent problem, the Apis Cor can offer promising solutions."

    Greenoptimistic

  • «В полку строительных 3D-принтеров прибыло. Создан новый мобильный принтер, который отличается от предыдущих моделей не только конструктивно, но и качественно – он более экономичен и печатает быстрее».

    ESTP-blog

  • 设计师开发出非常可行的建筑3D打印机Apis Cor

    maker8.com

  • Строительный 3D-принтер APIS COR, который разработала иркутская компания «Апис Кор» — резидент регионального машиностроительного кластера, назван одним из победителей Startup Tour 2016 в Иркутске.

    irkcluster.ru

  • О своем желании инвестировать в проект уже объявили Китай, Южная Корея и Объединенные Арабские Эмираты, которые заинтересованы в новых технологиях быстрого и малозатратного строительства.

    russian.rt.com

  • Авторство проекта принадлежит инженеру Никите Чен-юн-таю. Изобретение получило название Apis Cor и вполне может стать первым среди революционных 3D-принтеров, считает издание Kronen Zeitung.

    3d-expo.ru

  • Meet 10 Millennial Entrepreneurs Who Are Rethinking Industries

    Medium The Startup

  • Meet 50 Young Entrepreneurs Rethinking the World’s Biggest Problems

    Inc

  • Стройка 3D: Никита Чен-юн-тай первым в России напечатал дом

    РБК Бизнес

A usual house with unusual technology

Nobody can be surprised with a concrete house.  Yet why do people who hear about us for the first time have questions?

It’s all about technology and materials that we are using. Phrases like “to print a house” or “fiber concrete house” sound unusual. And it’s hard to make a step towards unusual things. But there is always a man that is the first to put on bell-bottomed trousers or sing gospel onstage. And so unusual things become a part of our daily life.

3D printing in construction industry is just starting to pick up speed. Yet it’s only a question of time. The process is moving on and soon a phrase “to print a house” will become as common as “to build a house”.

 

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