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3D Printing a HUGE HOUSE Researchers at the University of Maine unveiled what they say is a promising, climate-friendly response to the nation’s affordable housing crisis: the world’s first, bio-based 3D printed home. The entire house, from the ceiling to the walls, has been printed with Ingersoll’s MasterPrint® installed at the university’s Advanced Structures & Composites Center. The entire home was printed using a material known as wood flour, the residuals left over from sawmills, mixed with a binder made from corn. The next step is to scale up the printing process. This is an appreciation post highlighting an additive manufacturing process that you might not have seen before. Video Credit: @camozzi_group __________ #ArchitectureNow All materials presented on this site are Ⓒcopyrighted and owned by the creators listed above.

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