#techtuesday: 3D-printed homes for the homeless, homemade superheroes and other stories

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3D print a home in 12 hours


3D-printing could very well be changing the game soon for global poverty and architecture, with these sturdy, 3D-printed homes that can be built a fraction of the going rate, in a fraction of the time. Whilst other 3D-printed homes exist, these homes are printed with real cement by a Vulcan printer for just $10,000 in as little time as 12 hours. Better still, the process is projected to soon cost only $4,000. This has the potential to supercharge the production of affordable housing


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