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    The “printer” is a giant, mobile piece of crane-like equipment that layers on cement in one continuous process.

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    The house was erected at the coldest time of the year. A warming tent was used to keep the equipment and concrete mixture warm enough to operate.

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    The printer builds two parallel walls reinforced with fiberglass struts. The resulting cavity is then filled with insulation.

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    Workers install double thermal pane windows. Windows and doors are the most expensive part of the project, accounting for about $3,500 of the total $10,000 cost.

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    The printed walls are finished using a mineral decorative plaster that allows vapor to pass through, and then painted.

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    The finished house.

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    Interior space includes a laundry room.

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