KamerMaker prints a house in 3D
The Dutch architecture firm DUS Architects has set up in Amsterdam its latest invention to print a 3D home . Named KamerMaker ( http://www.kamermaker.com/ ), "parts manufacturer" in French, this machine is built from a container. The mobile unit has a base of 2.2 square meters and rises to 3.5 meters, which allows it to 3D print a room in which it is possible to live. The printing machine can also produce all the furniture that will be enthroned in this first apartment printed in 3D . More than a crazy invention, the creators of this machine see a real solution for the future allowing, for example, to transform plastic waste into housing. The first step they plan to take before the end of 2013: build a habitable house.
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