Slideshow: Amsterdam architects start printing a 3D canal house

The house should be finished within three years

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The raw material called Macromelt is developed by Düsseldorf, Germany based company Henkel that manufactures adhesives for the electronics industry. The pellets are fed into the extruder of the KamerMaker in the control room. Just a few black pellets are enough to create a deep black color.

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