Has anyone seen these videos? I find it very interesting that this was initially done in the 1930's! It uses a similar (but more complicated) central pole setup. I'm just wondering if you could do something similar with the aircrete. It's kind of like slipforming the concrete in layers in the round. Pretty cool! What does everyone think?
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Urschel Wall Building Machine - can this be done with aircrete?
RE: Fibres and Proportions
If you added either basalt or micro rebar your aircrete would be stronger but you wouldn't be able to use your long cutting blade to cut multiple blocks from one slab right? I would like the strength that the fibres provide but I absolutely don't want to be molding each individual block if I don't have to. Any ideas?