Azure Printed Homes Introduces the World’s First 3D Printed Backyard Studio Made from Recycled Plastics | News
At the groundbreaking ceremony for Azure Printed Homes, the construction 3D printing company unveiled the world’s first 3D printed backyard studio made from recycled plastic.
CULVER CITY, Calif., April 29, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Azure Printed Homes (Azure) has introduced the world’s first 3D printed Backyard Studio made from recycled plastic materials in its new City of Culver plant inauguration ceremony. The 15,000 square foot factory of Culver City, California, plans to print multiple structures per day to meet the growing demand for homes, ADUs and backyard studios. Azure will also host a community open house this Saturday April 30 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m..
Azure has developed innovative technology to create sustainable living structures made from recycled plastic through a process that will be far better for the environment than traditional construction and the use of concrete. Azure’s creative solution aims to minimize waste by using plastic that is already destined for landfills, or that typically ends up in our oceans or is incinerated. By using recycled materials instead of new resources, Azure aims to close the loop of sustainability in the 3D home building industry by moving closer to the circular economy goal of making optimal use of materials. previously used.
“Today marks a historic day for the future of more sustainable, much faster and more affordable construction,” said Ross Maguire, CEO of Azure. “The construction sector is the world’s largest consumer of raw materials, responsible for approximately 11% of total global carbon emissions. Our responsibility to our customers and future generations is to use the most sustainable practices imaginable.”
Finding a better way to build has long been a goal for many companies, whether that means building faster, cheaper, or with less waste and emissions. Using 3D printing, Azure will be able to build 70% faster and with 30% less cost than traditional methods of building homes.
Maguire continued, “We have created production savings not only by capitalizing on advances in 3D printing, but by creating a design and process that is completed in just 20 hours. Compared to conventional construction, we produce the entire structural skeleton, exterior cladding, water control barrier, exterior finish, utility penetrations and grounding for interior finishes, in a fraction of the time and cost By revolutionizing a new era of home building with our sustainable, automated and precise production processes, we see a very, very exciting future ahead of us.”
Azure recently announced that it has been chosen by Oasis Development (Oasis) to create fourteen 3D printed prefab homes. Oasis is to begin work on the site in November 2022with Azure scheduled to deliver the original fourteen communities the following month.
Azure, which has also sold 3D-printed backyard studio apartments made from recycled plastic and accessory living units to homeowners, will create the first community of sustainable homes whose structures will be fully 3D-printed using the same techniques of reuse of waste.
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