The largest 3D printer creates houses of mud

When it created the 3D prints, it was a promise to change the world forever. The achievements in many fields proved this and the project The World’s Advanced Saving Project (WASP) use that piece of revolutionary technology for useful and human purposes.

The project is intended to assist the construction of affordable housing in poor and developing countries. And when we say affordable, it means it is almost free.
This is achieved by using the largest delta 3D printer that has a height of 12 meters and can produce a house using only mud, clay and fiber plants.
The construction of such a house costs only 100 euros.
It is a new design and a device development, which is expected to be worked on and hopefully, applied more in the rural areas in the future.

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