A Robot that Builds a House

A new construction technology that builds houses by "printing" in concrete is set to debut in 2005.
March 14, 2004, 3pm PST | Adam Weiss
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"The key to the technology is a computer-guided nozzle that deposits a line of wet concrete, like toothpaste being squeezed onto a table. Two trowels attached to the nozzle then move to shape the deposit. The robot repeats its journey many times to raise the height and builds hollow walls before returning to fill them."

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Published on Friday, March 12, 2004 in New Scientist
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