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Dutch Architect Revealed 3D Printer to Make 'Endless' House

United Kingdom: Janjaap Ruijssenaars from Universe Architecture in Amsterdam is planning to print construct a large building "without beginning or end" shaped like an infinite loop. The total area of the building would be around 1100 square meters floor space. The company has unveiled a unique 3D printer to accomplish the task of building endless building.

The 3D printer, which would use to construct the Endless house has been designed by D-shape, a London based 3D printer manufacturer. The printer can print around six-meter-by-six-meter square, using a computer to help build up fine layers of around 5 to 10 mm thick. The printer has around two meters long, which was kept in a warehouse in Amsterdam.

TechSci Research analyses that with increasing investment on research & development by the companies involved in manufacturing 3D printers coupled with growing government support would drive the adoption of 3D printers in various end user industries for manufacturing process would develop the overall 3D printer’s ecosystems.

With increasing adoption of personal as well as industrial & metal 3D printers, growing investment on research & development by the companies involved in manufacturing 3D printers coupled with increasing government support is driving the demand of 3D printers across globe. United States, Germany, Netherland, Russia, etc. are the major countries using 3D printers for various applications including automotive, packaging, consumer electronics, etc.

According to the recent report published by TechSci Research, “Global 3D Printers Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2020”, global 3D printers market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of over 31% through 2020. Increasing adoption within manufacturing industries, decreasing average selling prices and government support are the key factors driving 3D printers market globally. Besides manufacturing industries, educational institutes, and research agencies such as NASA are also adopting 3D printers for various R&D activities.

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