PPH reports on UMaine ASCC unveiling world’s first 3D-printed bio-based house

The Portland Press Herald reported that the University of Maine’s Advanced Structures and Composites Center in Orono will unveil the world’s first bio-based 3D printed house. Built on the world’s largest polymer 3D printer, the 600-square-foot BioHome3D is a potential solution to the housing crisis, labor shortage, supply chain disruptions and environmental challenges. Yahoo News and Sun Journal shared the PPH report.