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Next year, homes built using 3D printers could be the hottest trend in the home construction industry.
Throughout 2022, homes built using 3D printers have popped up across the world from a luxury house with printed walls in Austin, Texas …
And the momentum behind printed homes won’t be slowing down in the new year.
Several major 3D printing construction projects are slated to finish next year.
And by the end of 2023, we could see people living in 3D-printed homes made of recycled plastic …
… studying in printed schools …
… and reserving units for a 100-home community built with the help of several printers.
The housing market has been in flux over the last few years amid COVID-19, inflation, supply chain restraints, fluctuating demand, and rising interest rates.
A 3D printer can’t solve all of these problems.
But proponents of the construction tech — like Zack Mannheimer, CEO of 3D printing construction startup Alquist — believe printing may alleviate some of the sore spots in the traditional home building process.