New 3D printing technology can build a house in 24 hours
Using a cement mixer, the crane-shaped printer works ceaselessly to pour stacks of lines that slowly rise into a home. After printing, there is relatively little that must be done: Fill the walls with insulation, install windows and the roof cap, and a coat of paint. The result is a cozy looking home that is quite stylish, and all for about $10,000. Don’t you want one?
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