Mashable is reporting that a 3D printing company in Russia has made the world’s first 3D-printed house – in less than 24 hours to boot. The concrete home is designed to last about 175 years and cost about $10k to build. It’s an interesting development that certainly paves the way even more innovation in the housing market. Either way, it’s a pretty cool video to watch.
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