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SUMTE, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 02: A cross-timbered house typical for the regions stands on November 2, 2015 in Sumte, Germany. Sumte, a farming village located southwest of Hamburg, has a population of 102, and starting later today it is to receive 500 migrants who will be housed in an abandoned office park on the village edge. The number of migrants at the shelter could reach up to 750 in coming weeks as Germany struggles to accommodate the unrelenting flood of migrants arriving at a rate of thousands per day. Authorities are distributing migrants seeking asylum in Germany at shelters nationwide, both in urban centers and in small, rural communities. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

a non-profit organization teamed with a construction technology company teamed up to develop as 3D printer that is capable of printing and entire home, up to 800-square-feet, and it can all be done in less than a day!

The companies believe the total cost to print one of these homes would be only $4,000.

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