The University of Maine’s largest 3D Printer in for Bio-based homes

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The University of Maine’s Advanced Structures and Composites Center (ASCC) and their 3D-printed “bio-based” home. Using innovative technology and bio-based materials, Polymer-based 3D printers can create large-scale structures, and utilizing recyclable materials aligns with the sustainability goals of many contemporary construction projects. It can revolutionize the construction industry by providing sustainable, cost-effective, customizable housing solutions.

See the world’s largest polymer 3D printer that was used to make a fully recyclable 600-square-foot tiny home in Maine.

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