One of the world's tallest 3D-printed buildings will appear in Tatarstan

One of the world's tallest 3D-printed buildings will appear in Tatarstan

Source: PJSC Tatneft,

A public and cultural center will be built in the Tatarstan village of Malbugash, which is unusual in that it will be printed on a printer. It will be one of the tallest buildings in the world created using this technology. The project received a positive conclusion, the Main State Expertise of Russia reported on its website.

"3D printing is an advanced technology that is also used in construction today. In Russia, it began to be used by construction companies in Kalmykia, Tatarstan, Krasnodar Territory. In total, at least 80 houses have already been built using this technology in the country. Soon, one of the world's tallest 3D-printed buildings will appear in Tatarstan," - the message says.

The height of the "Mell" complex will reach about 9.85 meters. It is named after the river flowing in these places.

The project approved by experts provides for the arrangement of a cultural center, a sports complex and a paramedic and obstetric station.

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