HAHAHAHHAHAHA, They are literally printing houses and all of manual work will be replaced by AI. If you are in the trades or planning to go to trade school, please print a hammer and kill yourself. Don't be a lazy fucker and go to college. Study engineering or accounting, anything else is cope.
MRI/ultrasound/xray technician. 1.5 years of school and start at $50k. Easy work, can find a job anywhere since everyone in this country is fat and sick. You have job security, they can't outsource your work since you're needed locally.
You are a fucking retard. Trades are the most secure industry by far. And most construction jobs arent trades just mindless labor. Jews dont work with their hands, Mexicans too dumb to do advanced trades, joggers dont work, and women are shit at them too. Trades cant be outsourced either. People will always need plumbers and electricians and HVAC etc, no amount of AI will change that. And if we remain in the CONSOOMER age you kikes love so much, people pay more for quality hand crafted goods and not chink made garbage. A trade is the most secure career a white man can get into.
College right now is the surest way to get replaced in ten years. And you'll be indoctrinated so hard that you'll likely agree to it peacefully. A trade gives you independence, outlook on your own business and insulates you against AI more than any type of education.
Calling that a house and not a slum shack made from the most thrifty crushed ingredients they could find. That's a lot of tech to make a Stone Hut. Where's the solar panel roofing and rain catch with filter for the roof garden? The septic tank and utlities hook ups? Is the concretion known to have air holes in it, will it be up to the TGD standard of construction or the actual Codes in the US. Is this a Scam or intended to actually provide quality Housing for the Homeless and Cost effective living? Will they be printing these in cities to replace derelict housing or in the areas outside of walking distance to their metropolis centers?
>>1240883(OP) >the best image they could come up with to show how cool 3d printed houses would be is a favela that looks like it’s made out of legos
I think carpenters will still be around for a while.
>>1240883(OP) >don't learn applied sciences and skills >export all your union manufacturing jobs to China goy >apprenticeship is for wetbacks lol stupid goy
Show flag and post nose antichrist kike vermin.
I do HVAC and i could probably move anywhere in the country and get a job within a couple of days. If i lose my job tomorrow i can have a new one by the end of the week. Its also pretty much impossible to automate. Also if a leftist tries to call my employer and get me fired for saying something slightly right wing on the internet they literally wont give a fuck.
This is a 3D render retard. Yeah, they do print houses, but they're not going to be anything more than low income for fuckin decades. Probably another century if I really had to guess.
More than likely a different technology will supersede them by the time concrete printing has enough finesse for the middle-class market.
It's cool tech, and I think it serves a purpose, but only as an intermediary.
only bottom-tier retards who don't know anything end up working with a bunch of mexicans for some shitty contractor building residential houses.
anyone in the skilled trades with an iq >90 works on industrial or commercial sites
Even automated shit will still need people. And automated shit will not be ubiquitous immediately - abandoning a trade because someone somewhere got a pc to do it is like ditching your car because someone else has a lamborghini.
What the heck is OP's point?
Everything can eventually be automated, it just takes time.
Automation does not mean anyone should not aspire to do more, all it should do, if you let it, is free you to go further.
Sure the metallurgical processes and assembly of things like pressure vessels has been automated for decades now, but you’ll never be able to automate the onsite construction and placement of such hardware; the scale of places like refineries and skyscrapers is far too massive to be entirely constructed in a shop.
Doubly so for maintenance, the lion’s share of most trade work; the most automation to be found there is in orbital welding machines, but they have some fairly glaring shortcomings.
TLDR: OP’s a retarded faggot.
What the hell? No, they are now making houses out of literal cardboard. So all you need is scissors and elmers glue for renovations and repairs.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmU2N_Q732A&t=110s
>>1240883(OP) >3d printed houses
limited to single story only unless you can find a way to put rebar into it as it prints...
good luck trying to have an unreinforced masonry floor on a 3-story building.
things you learn while doing a trade cross over into other work.
Absolutely nothing wrong with working with your hands, half the reason people feel like they are missing something is the tendency for modern society to make everything too easy.
There'll always be applications for trades and in a survival scenario or even war 3d printing buildings could be rendered useless.
Forget history and stop practicing what we have learned and you run the risk of losing the knowledge that has allowed us to evolve.
You dumb a fuck. And never did any work. Try to do real work degenerate and then we talk, about how easy is automate. World is fucking complex place, and your limited knowledge, experience and maybe intellect, make you believe it's easy. No it's not. Building home is very complex and lot's of complex operations required. Many problems to solve. And no, your printer never do this and can print shit tier chink farm box. Not sturdy, you need armature, primitive, you be building godawful soviet era shit housing. Good luck with that. As cheap shoe box apartment for chink slaves, or joggers, maybe, But those with skills, to build real house, be in demand for a very long time.
Houses are stupid cheap dumb easy to build. The hard part is developing the land and getting permits, sewers, water, roads and electricity. Once thats done is fucking cheap to pile some blocks together and make your house. That's what all grandaddies that "built their own house" in 1950 did, they bought a plot in a paved development and assembled a kit house, just like grandma made cake "from scratch" by adding water to a ready mix.
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