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3D printing reaches new heights with two story home


The enormous printer weighing more than 12 tons is creating what is believed to be the first 3D-printed, two-story home in the United States.
The machine steadily hums away as it extrudes layers of concrete to build the 4,000-square-foot home in Houston.
Construction will take a total of 330 hours of printing, said architect Leslie Lok, co-founder of design studio Hannah and designer of the home.
The project is a two-year collaboration by Hannah, Peri 3D Construction and Cive, a construction engineering company.