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The World’s First 3D Printed Canal House

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3D printing is without said a step into the future of adapting without human hands, however this is the first time it’s been used in large beneficial scale – a home.

Originally launching in early 2014 at an expo-site in Amsterdam North, Amsterdam based DUS architects and contributing partners have made the 13 room project reality. To fabricate 3D printing in a larger scale for a 8 square-meter house the team developed a jumbo size printer named ‘KamerMaker’, printing matter up to 2 x 2 x 3,5 meters. The canal house will be open to public until 2017.

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