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Yingchuang's 3D printed building begins the third anti-epidemic tour, and the isolation house is sent to Rizhao City, Shandong Province

In the afternoon of the 23rd, Yingchuang's 3D printed building began its third anti-epidemic tour. Two sets of 3D printed isolation houses were sent to Qinlou Street Community Health Service Center (Health Center) in Rizhao City, Shandong Province for epidemic prevention and control.


The 3D printed isolation house is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Yingchuang promises to ship in Qingpu, Shanghai. It is expected that it will reach the Qinlou Street Community Health Service Center in Rizhao City, Shandong Province tomorrow. . This house retains 3D printed layers of superimposed texture. After the epidemic, it can be used as a mobile office, mobile store, and mobile newsstand, with a beautiful urban effect.

Yingchuang's 3D printed building inks are derived from renewable construction resources such as urban solid waste, mine solid waste, and steel plant solid waste. The building materials are more stable through high temperature, crushing, and grinding processes. The strength of the 3D printed walls is tested It is 3 times of the traditional concrete wall.



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