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Possibilities of Future Automated 3D Construction

How does 24 hrs sound for your new home to be built ?


Added: Aug-9-2012 Occurred On: Aug-9-2012
By: DirtyUncleBerty
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Tags: Possibilities, of, Future, Automated, Construction
Location: Beverly Hills, California, United States (load item map)
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    • What does a tornado have in common with a redneck divorce?
      Somebody's gonna lose a trailer

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  • i don't think i want one, cheers

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  • neat

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  • TED.....circle jerk material for delusional liberals.

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    • @quasimodo

      ??What??

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    • @quasimodo
      LMFAO i'll tell my dad that. Some of it is pretty wishy washy, other times has some great ideas and concepts.

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    • @TOAORick From seeing a lot of TED videos on YouTube and reading the comments, I've noticed that the TED audience tends to be a bunch of Utopian liberals who drool over anything that sounds futuristic/scientific, no matter how unrealistic it is. Click the link to YT for this video and see what I'm talking about. Here's just 1 example, which received 50 thumbs up:

      "This is GREAT! Eficiency oriented, that's the path. Although i have to make a point here, im sorry but those jobs are NOT COMI More..

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    • @quasimodo So what you are saying is that technology that can make life easier is bad? To have quality housing available for cheap is a very great thing. Though I have picked up on a kind of dreamy, enlightened utpoian future fantasy thing, in the TED universe, I don't think it is a problem. It is ideas for the future. Innovation. Trying to SOLVE PROBLEMS. Your example comment seems like a perfectly normal thing. Why work 8 hours when you don't have to? Work in itself is useless, it is the resul More..

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    • @quasimodo you're right, "...those jobs are NOT COMING BACK", but there's also a severe job shortage in the buggy whip industry. That sucks if you're a trained whipper-snapper. Time to retrain, retool and think to the future because that's what we do.

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  • A-freaking-mazing! Now where's my damn jet-pack?

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  • He ignores formwork and ground preparation / footings. He mentions electrical and plumbing but offers no way for this to happen automatically.

    Any wall built by any fast construction technique needs formwork and footings. Without formwork the walls slump - especially when it is laid fast. Without footings the entire place falls down.

    A variant using rammed earth and moving formwork may well be practical.

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  • A container home can already be 'built' onsite (like lego) in under a week. Sometimes a few days max, including ground work. Advantage of such a structural steel building is no concrete pad or levelling, just piles. Up to 9 stories without modification.

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  • The future for sure. Fuck labor! Let the machines do it! It will be hard at first, of course. But eventually we'll adapt, stop using currency and just live off of food produced locally. Life's gonna be sweet in about 100 years or so!

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  • So, the future is robots showing 16 foot of hydraulic buttcrack and whistling at attractive appliances.

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  • Unemployment will go through the roof, but it makes much more sense to build this way.

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  • 80 Years +..... maybe

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  • will never happen, WW3 is near.

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