3-D printing a house in less than 24 hours — Japanese company meets its goal

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Sphere micro-houses will cost about as much as a compact car, designers say.

Last year Japan’s Serendix Partners caught our eye with its concept for spherical, 3-D-printed houses. Not only do they have a stylish, futuristic appeal, Serendix wants them to be low-priced enough to make the cost of buying their 3-D-printed houses comparable to that of a budget-friendly new car.

In order to do that, Serendix needs to be able to make its houses in a very short amount of time, and they’ve recently shown it’s possible by achieving their goal of building a 3-D-printed house in

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