Our technology is always innovating. Everyday it's constantly changing and advancing. And, one of today's greatest innovation is the idea of 3D printing a house. The science and construction business will probably never be the same when the first 3D printed house is built. Architects all over the world are in a race be the one to create the very first 3D printed house. The basic 3D printer creates structures by laying out a single layer over and over again. But, many people are pushing this fabrication process further with a new way of crafting. Many have high hopes to build a huge 3D printer, which would be able to print a whole house, even its electrical and plumbing conduits. This evolution in 3D printing is well underway.
3D printing is helping many industries in lots of places, such as the medical industry. Very recent advances have made 3D printers capable of using biocompatible materials and cells. This 3D "bioprinting" is being applied to medical transplantation. Although, this procedure is facing some technical challenges relating to the construction of tissues and other sensitive materials. 3D printing has already been used a couple of times for medical procedures, but is still expanding into the world of medicine. Soon in the future, we should be seeing more 3D printed organs.