First 3D Printed House for Sale on Long Island | NBC New York

You possibly can print just about something with a 3D printer. Now, one firm is claiming that Lengthy Island might be dwelling to the primary “printed” dwelling on the market within the U.S. …

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  1. Just $299,000 ?? that’s absolutely still way too much! Housing is A Human Right! Not A Human Profit chain! How could most American with a Yearly Salary of less than 50 k a year or even 100k like it’s sick to see Real-estate is already Scamming with is meant to help the people with housing crisis! ITS SICK!

  2. I seen it in person and it was impressive. I couldn't stop feeling that this was a Kitty-hawk wright brothers moment. One of many to come.

  3. 300,000…I'm so sick of these people you can get the printers for like 10000…the materials probably like 15000 or less…These greedy MF'S don't care about anyone…just money money money….🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮

  4. 3d house builders: if I just keep improving on the tech houses could be less than $10,000
    Government: Yeah that's cool but were is the red tape
    3d builder: wait re….no you bastard, stop !

  5. Great 😑 more robots taking jobs. I don’t know how people are supposed to buy this stuff, when it seems the goal of every company in the US is to make sure everyone is unemployed.

  6. It will only get better and the wave of the future for affordable homes. Even luxury homes I bet will use some type of 3D printing. Definitely will see it being used on the moon and Mars.

  7. Just because something can be done doesn’t mean it should… think about all the working class ppl that’ll loose jobs over this..

  8. The costs for these homes are still too high. EVERYONE needs a home. WHY aren't they cheaper??? Its time to make owning a home for everyone and not just for those with money

  9. How will this hold up to a Tornado/Hurricane? The build process is way too fast for me. I'm sure a lot is missing from these homes.

  10. With Main Line shut down due to weekend LIRR construction work with shuttle bus, I don't think anybody will move anywhere near Main Line.

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