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  • A general view of 3D-printed house is seen at Shanghai Zhangjiang High-Tech Zone Qingpu Park on Aug. 24, 2014 in Shanghai, China. Ten houses were produced by a large-scale 3D printer in 24 hours, and the raw material is construction waste.
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  • The homes are part of a growing trend in 3D technology. Several companies are boasting printer technology for homebuilding, including WinSun. The homes are generally made using recycled construction materials to create a form of concrete aggregate.
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  • WinSun is able to create 10 houses in 24 hours. Each house is 30ft wide and 19.8ft tall, according to the Chinese news service Xinhua.
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  • ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images
  • A general view of 3D-printed house is seen at Shanghai Zhangjiang High-Tech Zone Qingpu Park on Aug. 24, 2014 in Shanghai, China. Ten houses were produced by a large-scale 3D printer in 24 hours, and the raw material is construction waste.
    ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images
  • ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images
  • ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images
  • ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images
  • ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images
  • ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images
  • A general view of 3D-printed house is seen at Shanghai Zhangjiang High-Tech Zone Qingpu Park on Aug. 24, 2014 in Shanghai, China. Ten houses were produced by a large-scale 3D printer in 24 hours, and the raw material is construction waste.
    ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images
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