Could a 3D-Printed Home Be in Your Future?

Could a 3D-Printed Home Be in Your Future?

3D-printed homes typically use a concrete layering process and can be built in a variety of styles. They take less time to build than traditional homes and are less expensive to construct. Many consumers are open to living in a 3D-printed home, according to a recent survey from

What would make someone opt for a 3D-printed home? Survey participants said they would be likely to consider 3D homes if they were less expensive, more energy efficient, and more resistant to natural disasters. Millennial, Gen X, urban, and upper-income consumers expressed the most interest in 3D-printed homes.

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