Modular 3D printer builds sustainable houses using locally-sourced materials

Some companies that make 3D printersstick to desktop-sized units. WASP is not one of them. They do it all, from filament-fed units to giant machines that print whole buildings.

In 2015, WASP introduced the 40-foot tall BigDelta. They used it to print a basically zero-cost adobe home in about three days.

Last week they unveiled the newest addition to their lineup. It’s called the Crane WASP and it can print much larger and more complex structures.

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