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New 3D house printer cranks out 1,000 square feet a day

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by Greg Beach last modified Oct 18, 2015

Though still in its early stages of development, 3D printing promises to fundamentally change the way objects of all shapes and sizes are produced. From a micro-revolution in 3D printed nanotechnology to the fantastic potential of 3D printed homes, it seems that the future is nearly now for 3D printing. Designed by Russian engineer Nikita Chen-yun-ta, the Apis Cor 3D printer takes us a big step forward towards a future in which resilient, affordable homes could be 3D printed wherever there is a need. In...




 

 

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Though still in its early stages of development, 3D printing promises to fundamentally change the way objects of all shapes and sizes are produced. Russian engineer Nikita Chen-yun-ta recently unveiled a new 3D printer that can craft an entire multi-story home in a single day. The Apis Cor 3D printer takes a big step forward towards a future in which resilient, affordable homes may be 3D-printed wherever there is a need.

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