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