Inexpensive houses could be 3D-printed from peat

Some of the earliest houses in Northern Europe were made out of slabs of peat, as it was a cheap and abundant building material. Now, Estonian scientists are revisiting the idea of peat houses, only this time they’re looking at 3D-printing the things…
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Category: 3D Printing

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Building and Construction

Environmentally-friendly

Estonian University of Life Sciences

Recycling

Sustainable

University of Tartu

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