Printing of The Future: ASCC’s BioHome3D Mentioned on CNN

The University of Maine’s Advanced Structures & Composites Center (ASCC) and its Executive Director Dr. Habib Dagher have recently been featured on CNN for BioHome3D housing innovation. 

This article emphasizes the importance of 3D Printing in modern society and how its use can be distributed from homes to businesses to bridges with materials you can find in your backyard.

“ASCC is flipping the script. Its giant printer, and its predecessor, which in 2019 was certified by Guinness World Records as the ‘largest prototype polymer 3D printer’, are the only printers building homes with wood residuals…” (CNN).

“The technology could be especially handy in a place like the US state of Maine, where approximately 80,000 new homes will be needed by 2030 to address a shortage, according to a report released last year by three state agencies” (CNN).

Read the CNN Style article here.

Learn more about BioHome3D and how you can take a tour here.

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