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With our partnerships in California we are able to use our unique 3d concrete printing method in your area. Check out our solutions here.

3D printed Houses in California: Our Projects

3D Printed Houses in California

With our partnership in California we are able to use our unique 3D concrete printing method in your area. Check out our solutions here. Is your construction company looking to invest in 3D concrete printing technology in California? Visit our local supplier page for California or contact us today!

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3D Printed Houses California

Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D concrete printing, has swiftly emerged as a groundbreaking construction method with global reach, leaving its former reputation as an exclusive, hard-to-access technology behind. At CyBe Construction, we have been pioneers in this field for a decade, and recently, our focus has been directed toward propelling the adoption of 3D printing technology in the United States. One of the states we are targeting is California. This state was ahead of its time in adopting this innovative construction method, and has since capitalized on this early introduction. The technology is rapidly gaining ground in the state, thanks to its ability to deliver cost-effective, environmentally-friendly, and speedy solutions for home construction. As the number of 3D printed houses in California continues to grow, residents here now have greater accessibility to 3D printed homes than ever before. Want to learn more about 3DCP in the US in general? Subscribe to our dedicated mailing series on the topic today!

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Some of our recent projects

Our 3D Concrete Printing Solutions in California

When it comes to 3D printed houses in California, CyBe Construction offers a range of solutions tailored to your needs. Our offerings include affordable housing solutions, enabling substantial savings in the process of designing and constructing your home. Leveraging our proficiency in additive manufacturing, we can provide construction that is not only faster but also more sustainable than traditional methods. Furthermore, our 3D concrete printed structures are designed to withstand the challenges of seismic activity and wildfires. Given California’s vulnerability to earthquakes and wildfires, our fireproof, earthquake-resistant 3D printed homes in California ensure the safety and security your family deserves. What’s more, we’re right at your doorstep. With CyBe Florida LLC serving as our American home base for 3D printed houses, California always has a local solution to their housing needs.

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What does a 3D printed house cost in California?

Before you consider a 3D printed house in California, it’s essential to ask: What does a 3D printed house in California cost? Generally, a 3D printed house costs marginally less than one constructed with conventional techniques. There are various ways to save costs on 3D printed houses, including reduced labor hours and the omission of certain steps in the construction process. Though on average being less, 3D printed house costs can vary significantly based on factors such as. So, what does a 3D printed house cost in California? Let’s consider the cost of the Robust Villa: a 3D printed house produced in Curaçao. The total cost of this 104 square meter 3D printed home was approximately $23,000. While prices may vary, this does give a good indication of the cost of a 3D printed house… and it’s cheap!

Robust Villa

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The Robust Villa
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RCAM Technologies’ CEO Jason Cotrell and CyBe Construction’s CEO Berry Hendriks in CyBe’s production facility, 26/06/2023

Partnerships in California

If you’re considering choosing CyBe to help you realize your dream of 3D concrete printing in California, you wouldn’t be the first. One of our most innovative California-based partners, RCAM Technologies, is currently using 3DCP in Los Angeles. These sustainable innovators manufacture several concrete solutions related to renewable energy. These solutions include energy storage pods, anchors, and substructures for floating renewable energy applications such as floating solar, wave, and wind energy, as well as land-based wind turbine towers and foundations. To build them, they use our CyBe GR, which is currently regarded as one of the most advanced 3D concrete printers in the world. As can be seen in the press release on RCAM, the CyBe printer is perfect for these complex renewable energy solutions. If our partner in the state can print these intricate structures with such ease, 3D printed houses in California will be no problem at all!

Check Out our Unique Printers

We have 3D concrete printers for sale in California. CyBe currently offers the option to buy 3D concrete printers in a diverse range of four printers, each uniquely equipped to tackle specific tasks. These printers can be categorized into two primary lines, each with distinct features and advantages. In our G-line, you can find the advanced CyBe GR, boasting impressive dimensions of 7 meters by 10 meters. This portal printer is ideal for even the most substantial projects. In contrast, our R-line encompasses smaller, often portable 3D printers, delivering unparalleled flexibility in the printing process. While all of our printers are fully capable of constructing 3D printed houses in California, certain printers may be better suited for particular projects. If you find it difficult to assess which printer suits your project best, our expert team is here to guide you. When you express your interest in 3D printing with CyBe, we will collaborate with you to determine your project’s needs and provide you with a tailored business case. This comprehensive consultation includes recommendations on the most suitable printer for your specific undertaking, ensuring that you always have the right machine for the job at hand.

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The CyBe RC

Get in touch

We offer various ways to connect, or to gather more information on 3D concrete printing. More info on 3DCP in the US specifically, including a step by step guide on how to print your own home, can be found in our ‘3DCP in the US’ form. You can also explore our comprehensive website, where you’ll find a wealth of knowledge covering diverse subjects related to 3DCP. Should you have inquiries about designing your own home for CyBe Construction to print or purchasing your personal 3D concrete printer, don’t hesitate to reach out to us using our contact form. Our dedicated team stands ready to assist you and provide the information you seek. So don’t wait any longer and connect with us now!

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FAQs

  • Are 3D printed houses cheaper?
    Though the price of a 3D printed house can vary significantly based on various factors, the short answer to this question is: Yes, 3D printed houses are cheaper. Using 3D printing technology as your building method can save costs in different domains, like labor hours, material usage, indirect costs, and certain steps from the traditional construction process that are omitted. 3D printed houses are, however, generally only cheaper when they are designed as a 3D printed house from the beginning. This way, you can make sure you enjoy optimal material usage and timelines.
  • Are 3D printed houses safe?
    Yes, 3D printed houses are safe. Generally, they are safer than traditionally constructed homes. 3D printed houses meet and exceed virtually all building codes, and offer protection against natural disasters like hurricanes and earthquakes. They also offer improved fire-resistance. 3D printed houses offer the safety you and your family deserve.
  • How strong are 3D printed houses?
    3D printed houses are exceptionally strong. Our 3D printed homes use our single-purpose CyBe Mortar, which is specifically developed for 3D concrete printing. This material is durable and offers outstanding structural strength. 3D printed houses printed with CyBe Mortar can even withstand earthquakes and hurricanes.