The World’s Advanced Saving Project (WASP for short) will be unveiling a large-scale project featuring the world’s largest 3D printer in Italy on Friday. Named “Big Delta,” this ginormous device stands over 40 feet tall and is 20 feet wide in diameter. Big Delta is incredibly efficient and consumed very little energy despite it’s massive size. Its design allows for Big Delta to easily and quickly 3D print low-cost disaster-relief housing. To add to its list of benefits, it can build those homes with local materials like dirt and mud as its primary building substance. This serves to minimize construction costs in less fortunate areas. According to a recent press release, Big Delta will help accommodate an estimated 4 billion people worldwide who will be in need of housing by 2030.
We are excited to see new technology improving the quality of life for others.
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