3D printed fiberglass swimming pool lands in Manhattan, USA
In the United States, most people have a swimming pool in their yard, regardless of size, which reflects an attitude towards life. Most traditional swimming pools are made of cement, plastic or fiberglass, which are usually not environmentally friendly. In addition, because the country’s labor is particularly expensive, the construction period generally takes several months. If it is a sparsely populated place, it may take longer. Is there a better solution for impatient people?
We all know that the advent of 3D printing promises to reduce the cost of building houses, but someone has already thought of using this technology to develop a new type of swimming pool. The 3D printed swimming pool can be produced in a matter of days and is made from fully recyclable materials.
This summer, some cities in the United States closed a large number of public swimming facilities due to a shortage of lifeguards. Cities such as Indianapolis and Chicago have responded to the shortage by closing swimming pools and limiting hours to protect the public from accidental drowning.
Against this backdrop, San Juan shipped their model of Baja Beach to midtown Manhattan for a roadshow, where home improvement specialist Bedell explained the technology behind the 3D printed swimming pool and allowed sampling of the product on site.
The 3D printed swimming pool on display, complete with a hot tub that seats eight, and a sloped entrance to the pool. The 3D printed swimming pool has an interesting technology that means "it can be any shape the customer wants," Bedell explained.
Fiberglass swimming pool 3D printers have broad market prospects.
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Our factory is in Jiangsu, China, which has a strong tradition of textile making combined with an experienced workforce.
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