Happy Father: You can make a plastic that doesn't burn that is a materials scientist problem
wildsnowllama: Happy Father: You can make a plastic that doesn't burn that is a materials scientist problemIf we start making houses that don't burn what will firemen do? Burn books?
Inigo: What 3D printing a house looks like.
Tarkus: Fire would be a concern with a plastic house.
Whack-a-Mole: These threads just aren't the same without.... You know...*sniff
Elegy: Whack-a-Mole: These threads just aren't the same without.... You know...*sniffThis. So lonely and under commented. Now I'm sniffling too, dammit.
Kaiser Blade: Elegy: Whack-a-Mole: These threads just aren't the same without.... You know...*sniffThis. So lonely and under commented. Now I'm sniffling too, dammit.?
Tobin_Lam: The build is expected to take three years.This is certainly not going to help disaster areas any time soon.
PartTimeBuddha: Won't it take an awfully long time to print, say, 10,000 'homes'?
Summercat: If you've got multiple machines, just need a proper manager to keep things flowing so that houses are going up with minimal wait times. Open Sourced... Ecology? I think it was? Had a machine that could easily make hundreds of compressed dirt bricks an hour. Not a horribly great longterm building material but OMFG awesome in case of emergencies.
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