Creating homes using a 3-D printer
In Nacajuca, Mexico, home builders are using a 11 foot tall 3-D printer to create new homes.
One home can be completed in 24 hours.
The homes have been able to survive a magnitude 7.4 earthquake.
Two years since the development of the 3-D printer, 200 homes are either under construction or have been completed.
Builders plan to use the 3-D printer for roads, a school, soccer fields, a market and a library.
The 3-D printer has sparked interest in investors for future construction.
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If lawmakers don’t reach an agreement until Sept. 30, the federal government will officially close.
Essential government services will continue to be in service if the government shuts down.
If a shutdown occurs, the tax agency may not be able to provide its normal service.
Democrats attempt to pass a stopgap measure that would fund the government through Dec. 3.
Republicans refuse to raise or suspend the debt limit.
If this occurs it would be the first time in U.S. history the country would go into default.
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