Chinese company WinSun Decoration Design Engineering can build 10 houses in one day by using 3D-printed blocks. The builders are constructing  cheap and quickly assembled homes as a possible solution to the urgent problem of modernizing housing conditions in Chinese villages. The blocks are made from common construction waste:  a mixture of sand, glass fiber and concrete.

The company is building the houses in Shanghai using four giant 3D printers, which are each 33 feet wide and 22 feet high. They produce a mix of cement and construction waste to construct the walls layer by layer.

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Each approximately 2,100 square-foot building costs less than $5,000 to construct. The houses’ components are checked for quality as they are being erected because there are no building codes yet for 3D-printing construction in China.

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