We’ve been using 3D printers to create everything from novel trinkets to rapid design prototypes. But what about a house? One Texas company wants to make it possible to download and print a livable structure.

YOU COULD ARGUE that 3D printers haven’t lived up to the hype. Delightful objets d’art with seemingly impossible structures are fun but trivial. Sure, the medical community has had

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