BigDelta machine 3D-prints durable, affordable houses from dirt

July 19, 2016 by  
Filed under Eco, Green

Last year Italian company World’s Advanced Saving Project (WASP) debuted BigDelta, a 40-foot-tall 3D-printer that prints affordable, sustainable homes . Now they’re organizing workshops and inviting local makers to participate as they work towards printing their first Earth home in an Italian “technological village” called Shamballa . Constructed from a locally-sourced mix of dirt and straw, these ecological homes are notably “light and strong.”

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BigDelta machine 3D-prints durable, affordable houses from dirt

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