A new technology developed by a researcher at the University of Nottingham has found ways to print houses using 3D printing.
The research has found a new way of producing large-scale structures using plastics and 3D printers.
The new technology uses 3D modeling to make buildings and structures that can be manufactured from recycled materials, which is a way to reduce the environmental impact of the manufacturing process.
The researchers say the new technology will make it easier for communities to create and reuse buildings.
The researchers say their research could also be used for building rehabilitation, such as reusing a building that is damaged by a storm.
The technology could also allow people to use the 3D technology to create structures for other purposes such as houses.
The team developed their new process using materials and processes developed at the U.K. Biomaterials Centre for the Future, or CFGF.
They say their process can be used to produce houses for use as a temporary structure.
The team used a resin-based material, called PETN, which has been shown to be highly recyclable, and which is also used in many 3D-printed materials.
They said the PETN resin had a high mechanical strength.
The material was then mixed with a resin mix containing an industrial chemical that produces the desired chemical reactions, which allowed the material to be manufactured.
The process then produced a mixture of the materials to make a 3D object, which was then placed into a plastic resin.
This process allowed the 3-D-printing process to be scaled up, and it could also make 3D objects that are more stable.
The University of Derby-based team has now made three different 3D structures using PETN and a mixture containing a synthetic resin.
One of the structures has been printed using the PETn resin, and another has been 3Dprinted using a mixture with an industrial-grade polymer.
A 3D printer, which prints 3D models of materials, was used to make the first structure, and the researchers said the next steps in their research will be to build out the technology.
They are currently in the process of scaling up their technology.
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