Dagher discusses BioHome3D and its durability with Concord Monitor

Habib Dagher, executive director of the University of Maine Advanced Structures and Composites Center, spoke with the Concord Monitor about BioHome3D, the first ever 3D-printed house made entirely with bio-based materials, and how it endured one of Maine’s most volatile weather years during its first year of outdoor testing. “We wanted to see how it does through a Maine winter. We’ve done a lot of testing in lab, weathering tests and material tests, but there’s nothing like putting it out there,” Dagher said.