Ukraine based startup Passivdom builds module houses made of basalt fiber in combination with carbon and glass fibers. The seven-axis printer makes walls and roof using fibers, polyurethane and resins. After that, the workers install windows, doors, safety and engineering systems.
Such type of house is completely
The 35 square meter house with 20 cm thick walls can be 3D printed for 8 hours, whereas it will take 24 hours to build any standard PassivDom model on a turnkey basis. Customized houses with individual finishing are ready a month later.
At the turn of 2017, it was announced that PassivDom founders, Max Gerbut and Julia Gerbut were
Last year Lux Research tried to systematize the fiber printing startups market and even singled out the top three. Before this, Eric Murphy, Board member of SAMPE had announced that additive printing would influence the composite materials manufacturing methods.
Technologies: Additive technologies