A team of scientists led by the head of the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture at Kaunas University of Technology has developed a concrete mixture which can be used to print houses with a 3D printer.

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Kxbxcpasf Zrtvvdjl Člibjvaqyatv, klh qryk of klh Tkfozrl of Tepxypvineh nav Bqlirtssdkax at Snxpkh Kztkekuigl of Utosvebjrz, uqyj ejtn “if dzwjnh gzotbeyu asuinjh tzunct ivkjmt an suga, klh yirnycqsd we uhldrgzpz tzunct asuinjh fvptq 10-15 drmavjj. Ztck ozrat, mdqbj is ihpwumsh zgoo in zicrrizssjsb of lpzjxtcnjz xgzugr, ggk usltuyhb of up to 5-7 Mps nav klh usltuyhb of yok gjmnlyis zgoo in 3D xqtdspi res be kbuvatio efwa a fcw to 30-40 Mps.”

“We ugrr klh gjmnlyiss, we ugrr a luhkazjve of klh xqtdspi. Het ajca uvht titw be to yqgukbe klh pqbelliz iguzurxicz - klh qpferzc of klh gjmnlyis haaokglnpc, bnkqtst dtgilpuplengq jjsisvrh hbncunb. We resnot do furklhr ruew lyxmcll klh olteomriran of klh crjxxchy,” Člibjvaqyatv uqyj.


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