What if you could build a house in a day? Not some yurt-like thing (though those are fun, too) but a traditional sort of home of whatever size you wish. What if?
Apparently the technology for this exists now: houses can be built with huge machines that work like 3D printers. Here’s an overview:
This could be a fantastic money-saver for people who need houses built. On the other hand, what about people who work in the construction industry? We’ve got lots of fine builders on Gabriola, and I hope they’ll not lack work if this technology catches on.
- How a 3D printer could build your next house in 24 hours – news.com.au
- 3D printer could build a house in 20 hours – news.yahoo.com
- A giant 3D printer builds a livable house – smartplanet.com
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