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3D-Printed Houses Update

Westerlo, Belgium

3D-house printing could mean the end of the misery of all these shanty towns around the world. As a rule-of-thumb, a family can afford and finance a home that costs 3 times the yearly income. For $4000,- that means almost everybody on the planet. By the turn of the century, all people around the world living in a 3D-printed home, with a flat panel, space-based internet and solar panels on the roof, is a positive and realistic vision, something to work towards.

[e-architect.co.uk] – 3D-printed model home by Kamp C in Westerlo
[shell.com] – Grand Design: How 3D Printing Could Change Our World
[deepresource] – 3D-Printed Home for $4000,-
[biztechmagazine.com] – How 3D Printing Can Help Power the Energy Industry

Dubai

[businessinsider.com] – This building in Dubai is the largest 3D-printed structure in the world — and it took just 3 workers and a printer to build it

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