3D printing could be the answer to the housing shortage, some experts believe.
Habitat for Humanity has just built its first two 3D-printed homes in Tempe Arizona – 1,200 square foot properties that were built in just 12 hours.
Could you guess this house was 3D-printed? https://t.co/IMaeN2CuuJ
— Men's Health Mag (@MensHealthMag) January 10, 2022
They believe the technology could produce millions of homes cheaply and effectively – cutting down on both time and labor costs.
3D printed houses built to withstand fires, floods, and extreme winds pic.twitter.com/JWMVgms3KP
— Mashable (@mashable) January 8, 2022
The U.S. is currently experiencing a housing shortage of roughly 4 million homes, according to the White House.
Would you live in a 3D-printed home? How else could 3D printing technology be put to use?