Hemp is becoming a household staple and the plant is growing in popularity.
In fact, hemp has grown from a medicinal crop to an export commodity and now it’s being used as a high-tech manufacturing material for new products and technologies.
The Wall Street JournoList recently compiled a list of hemp-based technologies that are making their way to the mainstream.
One of the most intriguing, however, is a high tech manufacturing device.
It could be used to build a fully functional 3D printed house.
The house is a 3D-printed house.
The 3D printing of the house’s walls, ceiling and floor has been around for some time.
But the latest version, which is called a ‘solar-powered house,’ is an entirely new product.
“The most exciting part of the project is how it uses solar energy,” said Jason Johnson, the project’s lead designer and a University of Southern California professor of industrial engineering.
Johnson, along with a team of students, is building the house in partnership with a California-based startup called Solar Home.
The team says they plan to use the 3D printer to create a structure that can withstand the rigors of building.
It will also be able to withstand earthquakes and extreme temperatures.
Johnson said the solar-powered home could have a number of applications.
It can be used for construction, which can require the use of massive amounts of energy, as well as for the construction of homes that are large enough to house a family of three.
The company has a plan to print an entire house out of the same material.
In this way, the house would not need to be built out of plastic, but it could still be assembled using plastic parts.
This would make it more cost-effective than using 3D printers.
Johnson is working with an industrial design firm to design the house, and the team is planning to launch a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo this year.
Solar Home is also looking to use this crowdfunding campaign to launch their own solar-power home.
“We are hoping that people can take their first steps in building their own home from a solar-based manufacturing technology,” Johnson said.
The Solar Home team plans to release their first product, a prototype house, by the end of this year, which will be used as proof of concept.
Johnson hopes to have the home completed in time for the Christmas holiday.
He said that if the Kickstarter campaign reaches its funding goal, the team will start to develop a full version of the 3-D printed solar-solar house.