This prototype home was printed by S-Squared 3D Printers as an example of what can be accomplished in the architectural market using the power of 3D printing technology. The basic home was printed in just 12 hours and features 500 square feet of interior space, which identifies the inherent possibilities of printing homes instead of erecting them through conventional methods. The home was printed by the company as an experiment that tested out a number of different functionalities of its printing equipment, while also allowing the team to see what methods might work best.
The prototype home from S-Squared 3D Printers comes as the brands first foray that is hoped to lead to another larger building that will be suitable for occupation. Further down the line the firm hopes to scale its architectural 3D printing up for local residential housing solutions and even humanitarian housing.
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