This 3D-printed house is entirely recyclable

This 3D-printed house is entirely recyclable

13 days ago

PARIS: Researchers at the University of Maine in the United States have succeeded in creating the first 3D-printed house made entirely of bio-based materials, derived from renewable organic matter.

Usually, 3D-printed buildings are mainly made from concrete or clay, but the BioHome3D breaks the mould.

The final house actually comprises four modules built separately and then assembled in just a few hours. Unveiled by the University of Maine, this prototype was put together using one of the world’s largest 3D printers, which was, incidentally, used to “print” a boat in 2019.

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