ASCC’s BioHome3D featured in CompositesWorld for its proven sustainability, strength, and durability

CompositesWorld features the 1-year anniversary of the Advanced Structures & Composites Center’s (ASCC) BioHome3D, the world’s first 100% bio-based 3D-printed house. The article explores the tests we have performed in one year and how it will impact the future of affordable housing in the state of Maine. 

“Data collected after 1 year of outdoor testing has proven its sustainability, strength and overall viability for use to address the growing housing challenge,” (CompositesWorld). 

“The data collected over a year of outdoor exposure in Maine has proved that the technology is sound,” notes ASCC executive director Habib Dagher. “Now, our focus is to scale up the production process. With the Factory of the Future, our goal is to be able to produce one of these 600-square-foot homes every 48 hours,” (CompositesWorld). 

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Read more about the ASCC’s award-winning BioHome3D.

Contact: Amy Blanchard