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‘India’s first 3D-printed house may be built within a year’

'India's first 3D-printed house may be built within a year'

Written by David

November 5, 2018

(MENAFN – NewsBytes) ‘India’s first 3D-printed house may be built within a year’ India could build its first 3D printed house within a year, according to a team from IIT Madras that has successfully printed a miniature single storey structure. Researchers from the premier institute, along with a start-up by the alumni of the Tamil Nadu-based institute, have established a 3D printing laboratory to take the indigenously-developed technology to the mass market. Tvasta: The start-up building the 3D house Details The start-up called Tvasta Manufacturing Solutions aspires to completely automate construction, including placement of reinforcements and finishing, by re-envisioning the construction process. A prototype structure, that has been printed at IIT Madras, will serve as a base foundational model for accelerating research and development in Tvasta’s aim to making affordable sanitation and housing a reality in the country. India’s infra deficit inspired use of 3D printing technology: Researchers Fact […]


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