Gallery: PICS: DUS Architects Unveils Giant 3D Printer That Can Print E...

Public architecture specialists DUS Architects wowed Amsterdam with the world's first moveable 3D printing pavilion at its recent inauguration. A shiny metal container that stands six meters tall, the KamerMaker is a larger version of Ultimaker designed by Ultimaking Ltd. DUS collaborated with Ultimaking, Fiction Factory and Joris van Tubergen to build this design masterpiece. Now here's the amazing thing: the "room maker" can print entire interiors with dimensions of up to 2.2x2.2x3.5 meters out of recycled plastic!

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