Foundation, floors

Does the printer make foundation?

The printer does not print floors and foundations. The maximum you can print are tape foundations and grillage.

Does the printer make overlaps and holes? How does this happen? If it's so, is the formwork needed from below?

The printer does not print floors and foundations. They are made according to traditional technologies.

Is it possible to fill the foundation with a printer (light concrete with foam glass)?

It is possible in theory, but there is a question of profitability of this activity. Isn't it easier to do it with a concrete pump?

Is it possible to print the ceiling at the same time?

Overlap is a complex structural element with high load characteristics, the printer does not print overlaps. They are made by the traditional methods at precast concrete factories in the form of floor slabs, or cast from monolithic concrete on a formwork construction site.

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