Utah-based company 3DBunkers.com has announced full-scale production of the world’s first 3D-printed underground bunkers. These innovative shelters use concrete 3D printing technology to print underground structures to be used in the event of a global calamity.
While similar to building 3D printed houses, creating 3D bunkers presents a unique challenge as they must be built deep underground in a fourteen foot dug hole. However, recent advances in 3D concrete architecture have made it possible to build these bunkers with vaulted ceilings, ensuring structural superiority.
totally secret construction
A significant advantage of stamped concrete bunkers is their “complete undetectability”. Unlike traditional bunkers, they are printed on site inside the dug hole, which is then covered with a large tent, hiding the build from anyone (as long as they’re not looking over the garden fence).
This setting “ensures privacy” and also creates a controlled environment for the polymer concrete to fully cure. The bunker walls are sixteen inches thick and consist of two separate polymer-reinforced concrete walls connected together. These innovations make printed bunkers a game changer, offering superior features at a fraction of the cost of other bunker systems, which are typically made from metal (per video below).
Thanks to the efficiency of 3D printing, the bunkers can be built on site in approximately 36 hours, compared to four to six months for metal bunkers. Additionally, the cost of 3D printed bunkers is significantly lower than traditional metal fabrication, making them more affordable.
3D printing technology also allows for intricate and customizable design patterns at no additional cost, allowing for unique and aesthetically pleasing shelters, which is nice.
Additionally, multiple rooms and tunnels can be created in a few hours, improving personal space and security.
This innovative 3D technology provides families and individuals with a beautiful and affordable solution to protect themselves from various threats such as solar flares, nuclear war, viral outbreaks, irradiated CHUDS, libs, and even the deep state itself.
Starting in August 2023, 3D Bunkers will offer territorial franchises, which will include the 3D printer itself. To learn more about how additive manufacturing could save your loved ones from the Carrington event, head over to the company’s fascinating website here.
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