Now You Can 3D Print A House [Video]
This construction technology fabricates large components out of concrete or other materials and could reduce energy use and emissions.
Contour Crafting is a form of 3D printing that uses robotic arms and nozzles to squeeze out layers of concrete or other materials, moving back and forth over a set path in order to fabricate a large component. It is a construction technology that has great potential for low-cost, customized buildings that are quicker to make and can therefore reduce energy use and emissions.
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