A 3D Printed House for $4000? — 2 Comments

  1. Thing is, in a monolith of insulative aircrete, I’d expect to see a lot less thermal bridging. R-value, as you know, is only one of several factors in the actual performance. Based on my experience of living in a 160 sq. ft. tiny home, I’d fully expect R-13 without many studs or gaps from different materials with different thermal expansion rates side by side to do quite well in smaller sizes.

  2. Pumicecrete homes are much better there ez to build and use a fraction of the cement in ratio of 10 parts pumice and 1part cement mixed with water and poured into a set of forms and if you have more money than time you can use as little as 2 forms 4×8 sheet of ply wood pour 4′ a day move forms and repet or set all the forms up all at once and then form

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