Russian company becomes first to create house using 3-D printer

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RUSSIA - Need a house in a hurry? How about this 400 square-foot home in Russia that was built in 24 hours!

The San Francisco based company known as Apis Coris has teamed up with a Russian Engineering firm to develop the huge 3D printer that can create whole buildings on site.

The engineering firm used a special concrete mixture as the ink in the printer and the $10,000 home is actually fiberglass reinforced, which is said to last for up to 175 years.

Kinda makes you wonder what they'll churn out next with one of these 3-D printers— an entire town just might be next!

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