Big Delta: the 3D printer that prints clay houses
Advanced savings projects in the world (WASP)
Designed 40 feet-tall, 20 foot-
Wide metal printer, constructed with a layer of dirt or clay through the central nozzle.
This printer, called \"Big Delta\", can create homes quickly and efficiently
Effectively help those displaced in disaster areas or war zones.
It is also capable of printing beams of approximately three metres in length.
WASP claims that 3D printing using natural, sustainable materials is much less harmful to the environment than using cement that produces carbon dioxide.
Rotating nozzle in the center of the structure Photo: The Wasp Big Delta is not the first printer of its kind
A Chinese company used a similar printer to build a layered modular home, while Amsterdam-
DUS-based design companies claim to have created the world\'s first complete 3D-printed house.
The 3D printing canal house is located in the north of the Dutch capital Buiksloter canal and is open to the public for a visit.
The global market for 3D printing is expected to grow to $17.
According to A. 20 billion, by 2020
T Kearney in the jewelry and energy sector is expected to experience the biggest growth.
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The printer was on display at the manufacturer\'s exhibition in Rome earlier this month.