Apis Cor company has successfully created a 3D printed house that was built in less than a day. The house is printed using a concrete mixture as the medium to construct the walls which are reinforced with fiberglass. Strong but lightweight materials are used in the house’s flat roof to allow for fast construction as… Continue reading 3D Printed House Built in One Day
Southwest Airlines posted a video on YouTube features their Boeing 737-700 airplane Missouri One being painted in a two-minute time-lapse presentation, which was shot over the course of 10 days. The painting design of Missouri One is inspired by the Great Seal of the State of Missouri.
The RU 800 S is a railway maintenance machine built by Austrian manufacturer Plasser & Theurer that renews railroad tracks by replacing rails, railway ties, and gravel track beds simultaneously. The monster machine can replace 200 meters (656 feet) of new track each hour and it can easily go up to 2 kilometers (6560 feet) per… Continue reading Amazing Railway Track Laying Machine
In celebration of its upcoming 60th anniversary, Disney posted a classic time lapse footage that document the construction of its California theme park construction dated back to 1954. Watch the video below.
The Chinese are famous for using prefabricated modular technology. A construction company called Broad Group completed a 57-story skyscraper in just 19 days, by using prefab modules, sometimes at a rate of three floors per day. Their reduced use of concrete means it’s more eco-friendly as well. The China Academy of Building Research has confirmed that the… Continue reading Building A 57-Story Skyscraper in Just 19 Days
Air Canada’s new Boeing 787 Dreamliner being constructed, painted, and delivered all in a three-minute timelapse presentation. The Dreamliner has been configured to have 251 seats, including 20 business class and 21 in premier economy. Watch how quickly the makers of Boeing bring it together in the time-lapse video below.
A 30-story hotel in China rises from ground to completion in just 15 days! The hotel is so solid that it can resist a 9 magnitude earthquake. It’s also five times more energy efficient than an average building of its size. Watch the hotel being built in the time-lapse video below.