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3-D Printing Could Make Your Next Home 40% Cheaper

Date: Thursday, November 2, 2017 12:40 PM EST

However, Cazza, a 3-D printing company, could have a solution.

Using Cazza’s X1 robot, 3-D printed buildings like houses, villas, shelters, warehouses and commercial buildings can go up in as little as one week.

Cazza believes that using its 3-D printing technology will save as much 40% on the old, traditional ways of building.

That’s a $20,000 savings on a house that costs $50,000 to put up. And remember, the 3-D printed model gets you your house in a week instead of months or years.

The current estimate for the still-incomplete hurricane season is already as much as $340 billion.

If you assume that 30% of this damage is destroyed homes and buildings, implementing 3-D printing technology like the Cazza X1 to rebuild will save as much as $40.8 billion. That’s a big deal.

This is why I’m watching the 3-D printing technology used on homes and buildings carefully. Because, in time, the techniques used to rebuild from disasters are also going to be used to make regular homes less expensive too. And the company that makes the 3-D printing technology is going to have a stock that soars for years.

These are the kinds of companies that I focus on for my readers across my publications. Join me if you’d like to get in on these kinds of incredible technologies that also deliver real, meaningful benefits to people.

Regards,

Paul Mampilly
Editor, Profits Unlimited

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