The world’s first mobile 3D printer makes history

Posted by Lindsay Sappington on 7/2/13 11:49 AM   |  1 min read time

The fascinating craft of 3D printing is nothing new to architects. You may even recall Enrico Dini’s D-Shape printer that was dubbed the largest in the world. However, the KamerMaker (RoomBuilder) is reaching new heights as the world’s first mobile 3D printing pavilion that can create entire rooms up to 11’ high and 7’ wide from biodegradable plastic. It’s the KamerMaker’s mobility that sets it apart from the others, allowing it to respond quickly with on-demand architecture for disaster relief situations or temporary housing.

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Topics: 3D printer, Architecture, Canal House, DUS Architects, Enrico Dini, KamerMaker, 3D Modeling, Amsterdam, Community, Fablab Protospace, Hedwig Heinsman, Open Coop, Project Highlight, Ultimaker

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