Tuesday, May 20, 2014

3-D Printing of Buildings

While 3-D printing of objects is becoming more common, the technology is advancing to the point where it may change the construction industry by using large 3-D printers to print buildings.

Laura Bourgeois LoBue
Laura Bourgeois LoBue, a Washington, DC attorney with Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, has written a fascinating article entitled "Forget printing construction documents, let's print buildings!" in which she describes the 3-D printing process and explores what is being done around the world to develop the technology to print buildings. 

Click here to read Ms. LoBue's article, which has many links to other information about this topic.
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