While new and exciting applications of 3D printing technology are making huge impacts in a number of industries, few are as economically promising as 3D printed homes. In that respect, it is hardly surprising that quite a few projects are working towards commercially viable, large-scale concrete 3D printers. But those initiatives are about to a new and very impressive French competitor. For, as you can see in the clip below, a team of French scientists from the University of Nantes have developed the INNOprint 3D printer, which is capable of building emergency housing in just under 30 minutes.
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