The University of Maine has unveiled a unique 3d-printed house.
It's the world's first bio-based 3D-printed house because it's made entirely with bio-based materials, the university said in a news release.
It was built in partnership with the Department of Energy.
The 600-square-foot home includes 3D-printed floors, walls, and a roof made of wood fiber and bio-resin.
It is fully recyclable and also contains 100% wood insulation.
Officials said construction waste was nearly eliminated due to the precision of the printing process.