RDA Modular has announced plans to build a new factory that implements their 3D printing-injection construction process to address the current global housing crisis
Using state of the art technologies and offsite production techniques, RDA aims to build several factories capable of manufacturing between 6,000 and 8,000 houses each. An average three or four-bedroom house tends to take anywhere from six to nine months to build, but RDA says they can build the same or better house in seven to ten days. These modular houses are both high quality and affordable.
RDA Modular has spent the past few years developing new technologies for design and building automation for offsite production. Residences are constructed using very low carbon footprint materials, 3D injection and 3D printing technology and use up to 75% less energy than conventional building projects.
RDA’s construction projects routinely:
- have larger windows
- higher ceilings
- more space
- more premium features than typical homes
- and cost far less than traditional construction.
This is largely possible due to the latest technologies and developments in material sciences, robotics and industry 4.0 automation, as well as established partnerships with global chemical suppliers.
Chairman David Hudson said: “Construction is the final titan of all industries to be disrupted by technology. To make high-quality houses that are significantly more affordable is quite the challenge; we had to think far outside the box.”
“We took a long hard look at 3D printing alone, but its slow speed, low quality and zero certification didn’t meet our or modern housing needs.”
Chief Scientific Officer Romy Jardine added: “Our R&D showed excellent results using 3D injection instead of 3D printing. However, we found out, there is no such thing as a free lunch. The injection machinery adds two zeros to the price of the 3D printing equipment.”
RDA recently opened up an investment and fundraising round. Investors can contact Ahad Miah for more information.