Smells like a a pile of bullshit.

“We already use it in product design for jewellery and shoes, but with buildings there is this whole issue of durability, liability and insurance – and obviously there is the cost of it. So there are a number of issues that haven’t really allowed 3D printing to break into the construction market,” he said.”

My comment, I know a lot about shoes. Italian shoes involve stitching. How exactly does it work in 3d printer? And buildings, skyscrapers?

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