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3-D printing is changing the way we build.

CBS-21 recently interviewed two researchers at Harrisburg University for a story on the new technology and the impact it can have.

“We have the opportunity to design a three-dimensional space instead of typically in two-dimensions, like drawing on paper,” Harrisburg University of Science and Technology Center of Advanced Manufacturing Materials Executive Director LJ Holmes said. “We have capabilities to print metal, ceramic, polymer, glass and even printed electronics.”

Compared to a traditional home, this is much cheaper, Harrisburg University of Science and Technology Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Executive Director Jay Jayamohan explained in the segment.

Watch the segment here:


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