3D printers have started building houses. Would that mean that a house would be built on a construction site or would it be constructed in a factory and then moved in parts to the construction site.
The main benefits are supposed to be cutting on labour costs and working for 24/7. But what is the cost differences between traditional and 3D printer built-houses? I know that the 3D printer technology is still at its initial stages of development. But there should be some anecdotal evidence to prove that 3D printer technology is more cost-effective than the traditional building.