COBOD 3D Printed House

COBOD 3D Printed House

Innovative 3D printed house located in Almaty, Kazakhstan was designed to withstand earthquakes up to 7.0 on the Richter scale.

The first 3D printed house in Kazakhstan, constructed by BM Partners using COBOD advanced 3D printing technology.

Robust structure of the house uses extra-strong concrete typically reserved for skyscrapers and bridges, ensuring superior durability and safety.

Spanning 100 square meters (1076 square feet), the house was completed in less than two months, with the walls printed in just five days.

$22,000 project demonstrates the potential of 3D printing in construction, offering a modern solution to earthquake-resistant housing needs.

3D Printed House by COBOD

To combat Kazakhstan’s extreme temperatures, the house includes expanded polystyrene concrete for effective insulation.

3D Printed House in Almaty Kazakhstan

BM Partners and COBOD International have made history with Central Asia’s first 3D printed house in Almaty, built to endure seismic activity.

3D Printed House

3D printing allows for the creation of complex and intricate shapes that would be difficult or impossible to achieve with traditional construction methods.

3D Printed House in Almaty

3D printed houses generally cost between $10,000 and $50,000, depending on the size of the house, the materials used, the complexity of the design.

Almaty 3D Printed House

Material Efficiency: 3D printing uses only the necessary amount of material, reducing waste and lowering costs.

BOD2 Printer

Labor Costs: Automation of construction processes can reduce the need for manual labor.

Kazakhstan 3D Printed House

3D printing tech holds immense potential to transform architecture by making construction faster, more cost-effective, and environmentally sustainable.


Completed in less than two months, Kazakhstan’s first 3D Printed House showcases the future of rapid construction!

3D Printed House in Kazakhstan

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