3D Printing at University of Utah: Bioinspired Materials Managed with Ultrasound Directed Self-Assembly Bound Metal Additive Manufacturing Market Outlook – Metal Binder Jetting and Bound Metal Deposition 3D Printing at University of Utah: Bioinspired Materials Managed with Ultrasound Directed Self-Assembly So, it’s not at all a leap to propose the idea of 3D printed housing, specifically as a low-cost solution. With materials in hand, it’s a relatively fast and budget-friendly way to develop structures, which can do wonders in third-world environments and low-income areas. That’s exactly the idea behind Yves Béhar’s new project, the “world’s first” 3D printed community. A lot of 3D printed construction has been nothing more than renderings and we’re very skeptical about any 3D printing housing project. 3D printed construction is turning out to be a market for dreamers and con men, but we’re keeping an open mind and hope that this established designer actually makes this project happen.  Yves Béhar’s design studio Fuseproject has teamed up with New Story and ICON to develop affordable yet high-quality housing for low-income families. Originally, the idea was to put together suit...