3D-Printed Stylish Homes are now Built and Delivered to your Site in 24 Hours

3D-printed stylish homes are now being designed by a California company with installation and delivery included. Purchasing this…
3D-printed stylish homes

3D-printed stylish homes are now being designed by a California company with installation and delivery included. Purchasing this tiny home is as simple as ABC, all you just need is to go online and click on a button.

Mighty Buildings can build and design a home with ceilings, floors, and walls within 24 hours since these homes are 3D-printed in a warehouse in Oakland. This home is specially designed with a material known as thermostat composite, making them durable, energy-efficient, and low maintenance.

Customers are allowed to select various sizes ranging from a 1 bedroom-1 bath unit to a 3 bedroom-2 bath, with the cost of installation and delivery included. The 350-sq-ft unit can be installed for $115,000. Plumbing, furnishings, electricity are all done after installation the old-fashioned way.

This is such a thrilling experience in the 3D- printing world. A Texas company ICON worked on an entire neighborhood, completing 50 printed houses in Mexico. This is a budget-friendly idea for low-income residents.

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3D-Printed stylish homes are gradually gaining their popularity since they are very easy to install, budget-friendly, and requires low maintenance. However, variations in 3-D technologies and capabilities are gradually emerging.

Mighty Buildings designs and builds family homes for 45% less than several construction firms due to its automated process. This company also ensures that the roof and floor of the building are also printed.

Mighty Building has an edge over other 3D-printing construction companies since they can do what others cannot do. For instance, they can complete an entire structure with their 20-foot printer, which is very rare.

The Co-founder and CEO of this startup, Slava Solonitsyn told Fast Company that

As soon as you are able to produce not only the walls but also floor and ceiling, that saves a huge amount of hours, and specifically labor hours, which are very expensive.

Slava Solonitsyn

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