3D-Printed McMansion Demonstrates Growing Capabilities to ‘Pop Out’ Large Structures

3D-Printed McMansion Demonstrates Growing Capabilities to ‘Pop Out’ Large Structures
technology

At this rate, could a giant 3D printer one day spit out an entire city?

Rachel Pincus
  • 28 january 2015

Many city dwellers have complained about new buildings looking increasingly fabricated. But what if they actually were, with no human hands involved? WinSun Decoration Design Engineering Co., a Chinese architectural materials company with more than 70 patents to its name, has now come up with a way to construct a 12,000 square-foot home – a kind of McMansion – out of 3D printed blocks.

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