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It was important for us to create a precedent, to show in practice that 3D construction technology is working, " says Alexander Maslov, general director of the AMT Group, managing the construction. - at that time to print the house - it was something from the realm of fantasy. We set the task to make it real. To paraphrase the words of the famous song, they took a fairy tale to make byl. Printing was done in the shop on the smallest printer. Printed the building in parts (the walls of the house, decorative elements, the tower), were taken to the construction site and collected as a designer. Since then, of course, the equipment has been improved: the speed of printing has improved, and the quality has improved. But even our first model showed itself as a reliable and efficient equipment . " For printing used construction printer S-6044, serially produced by AMT-SPETSAVIA. This model is a portal type with a working field of 3.5 x 3.6 x 1 m. The printer prints standard M-300 sand concrete, i.e. that can be purchased in almost any store building materials. Printing is done with layers 10 mm high and 30 to 50 mm wide. The speed of printing walls is up to 10 sq.m / h.

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Welcome to all our guests! Here, as well as in social networks, the press and the Internet have repeatedly written about the fact that our 3D printers are involved in the construction of a house near Yaroslavl. The moment has come when we are ready to tell you about this unique house built using 3D construction printing technology.

The building fully complies with the rules and norms of individual housing construction (IZHS). For this, all the stages of construction that are inherent in other technologies of construction production are used today: the project is made, the building permit is issued, the passport in BTI is issued, and in the near future the first 3D house will be put on cadastral accounting.

It should be emphasized that the presented house is not a presentation building, but a full-fledged residential building. It will be inhabited by an ordinary Yaroslavl family. In addition, the “printed” house in Yaroslavl is the largest building in Europe and the CIS, built using additive technology. Its total area is 298.5 sq.m.

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