Showing posts with label interesting news 3 February 2021. Show all posts
Showing posts with label interesting news 3 February 2021. Show all posts
First 3D-printed home in U.S.' for sale in New York

First 3D-printed home in U.S.' for sale in New York

 

First 3D-printed home in U.S.' for sale in New York

A New York state house billed as "the first 3D printed home in the United States" is being listed for sale online with an asking price of $299,999.



The Riverhead home, listed online by Zillow, was built by a company called SQ4D using an "autonomous robotic construction system" that involved a massive 3D printer creating each piece of the home at the building site.

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"Built with concrete, this home will deliver strength and durability that conventional wood-frame construction cannot match," the company said.


The 1,400-square-foot home features three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a detached two-car garage.


The process of building the home was chronicled by YouTuber Jarett Gross in a series of videos.


SQ4D said the company's ultimate goal is to produce homes in the same fashion to bring down the cost of home ownership.

4 year old girl discovers dinosaur footprint on Welsh beach

4 year old girl discovers dinosaur footprint on Welsh beach

 

Girl, 4, discovers dinosaur footprint on Welsh beach

A dinosaur footprint found by a 4-year-old girl walking with her family at a Welsh beach is now headed to a museum, where it will be displayed alongside a plaque identifying its discoverer.

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Richard Wilder said his family was walking Jan. 23 on Bendricks Bay beach in south Wales when his 4-year-old daughter, Lily, called his attention to a fossilized rock.


Wilder said the rock contained what the family believed to be a dinosaur footprint.


"It was almost too good to be true, how realistic it was. It was almost like someone had etched into the rock," Wilder told CBC News.


The family's Facebook post with photos of the rock came to the attention of the National Museum Wales, which retrieved the fossil from the beach.


"This fossilized dinosaur footprint from 220 million years ago is one of the best-preserved examples from anywhere in the U.K. and will really aid paleontologists to get a better idea about how these early dinosaurs walked," Cindy Howells, curator at the Amgueddfa Cymru National Museum of Wales Paleontology, said in a statement.


The museum said experts have not identified the species of dinosaur that made the footprint, but it is believed to have been about 2 1/2 feet tall.


The museum said fossil will be put on display soon along with a plaque identifying Lily as the person who discovered it.