One day, you might live in a 3D printed house. ICON--a winner of Fast Company's 2020 World Changing Ideas Awards--has built a 3D printer so large it can print the walls of a house in 24 hours.
The 400 square foot homes, 3D-printed with ICON’s Vulcan II printer, feature one bedroom, one bath, a full kitchen, living room and large porch and are located at Community First! Village in Austin, TX.
At the beginning of last year there were no 3D-printed homes in North America. In early 2020, there will be twelve 3D-printed by ICON. Here is a look back on the year and what's ahead.
Located in Tabasco, Mexico, the homes will be granted to local families currently living in extreme poverty and makeshift, unsafe shelter. The resilient, 500 sq ft homes were each 3D-printed using ICON’s robotics, software and advanced material.
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We're delivering dignified, affordable housing at the country’s only master planned development designed specifically for the chronically homeless.
ICON and New Story partner to make history in Latin America
The Vulcan 3D home printer will begin shipping next month to print homes in the U.S. and Latin America
With the Vulcan 3D printer for homes in mind, Overland launched a competition to design prototype home concepts
Cielo commissioned an ICON Vulcan 3D printer for homes to be dedicated to the city of Austin to print affordable, sustainable, beautiful and resilient housing.
Secretary Ben Carson visited Austin to meet with ICON about the future of home building.
ICON and the Colorado School of Mines teamed up to participate in the NASA 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge.
3D home printing and its impact on humanity recognized by the legendary publication.
We are proud to announce our seed round funding led by Oakhouse Partners.
3D Printing Technologies Set to Transform Global Homelessness with 600-800 Square Foot Homes Printed in Under 24 Hours in Underserved Communities.