27 Oct '14, 11am

EcoFriendlyBuilder Printing Houses From Mud #GreenBuilding #3Dprintedhome

EcoFriendlyBuilder Printing Houses From Mud #GreenBuilding #3Dprintedhome

The technology for the 3D printing of homes is still in its infancy, but the idea has great potential in this world where population is growing, and adequate and sustainable housing is just not keeping up. Wasp is an Italian firm that recently developed a 3D printer that can create affordable homes using mud as the main ingredient. Given the freely available and nearly limitless nature of mud, such a tech shows great promise.

Full article: http://www.jetsongreen.com/2014/10/printing-houses-from-m...

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