A BONKERS US company can 3D-print a house and stick it in your backyard for just £75,000.
Mighty Buildings uses a 20ft-high printer stored in a California warehouse to make you a small cottage and ships it to your property on a truck.
The building is put together by dripping tiny beads of synthetic stone on top of one another, following a pattern laid out by a blueprint diagram. It sits in a vacant spot on your property for use as an office space, guest cottage or whatever else you can dream up. “All you need to do is choose a Mighty Unit, sit back, and relax as we deliver and install your unit for you,” Mighty Buildings says on its website. Compared to new homes of a similar size in California, Mighty Buildings says its 3D-printed sheds cost 45 […]
3D Printing News Briefs, December 3, 2020: Continuous Composites, AIMS, ULTRAWAVE, Digital Building Technologies, QOROX, Disney
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