stronger and long-lasting

3D printed house printed by water-impermeable material.

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According to co-founder of Printed Farms Jim Ritter and Fredrik Wannius,¨The closed shell construction system produces a hurricane-, flood-resistant building taking sheet rock out of the walls and using an almost water-impermeable print material.
The material arrives in super sacks and is loaded into a silo. The material is mixed [in the system] with water and pumped into the hopper of the 3D printer.¨

Are you ready for a 3D-printed house? They’re cheaper, stronger and long-lasting, developers say.