In 2018, Fuseproject, a 3D-printing firm based in San Francisco, announced their newest endeavor in building a whole neighborhood for a small community of 50 farmers and weavers in Latin America.
Fuseproject worked in El Salvador with New Story, a housing non-profit, and ICON, a construction technologies company. Within a 24-hour period, the 3D-printers will make each home unique from the others to avoid the birdhouse effect, as well as provide safety against environmental and physical danger for families living on less than $200 per month.
Moreover, Icon has launched their new printer, the Vulcan II , which is able to build a 650 square-foot home for $4,000 in less than a day. Canada has also joined the movement to integrate 3D printing technology into the construction industry: The Conference Board of Canada published a new research series last fall that takes a […]
Above: PepsiCo food, snack, and beverage product line-up/Source: PepsiCo PepsiCo turned to tooling with 3D printing...