New York City apartment building workers will soon be able to build a 3-D-printing home with a 3DS.
The building materials are 3D printed by 3D printer manufacturer Akari, which is based in Japan.
The company is looking to begin commercial printing of prefabricated homes in the first half of 2018.
Akari will build prefab apartment units in Akari city, Tokyo and Osaka.
These units will be available to homeowners for $1,200 per unit, which should allow them to build one- or two-bedroom units for $3,000 to $4,000 per unit.
They will have built-in heat and air-conditioning.
In addition, a custom interior design can be made, as well as a kitchen, bathroom and other amenities.
3D printing of housing is a booming industry, as more people have access to 3D printers.
Many of the homes that have been built for affordable housing in the United States have been 3Dprinted.
Akaii, a company that makes printers and equipment for architects and other architectural firms, has also recently been producing a 3.5-inch printer for architects to print 3D models for architectural projects.
Akaroi is looking for designers, architects and industrial designers to participate in the project.
The facility will be based in Akaru City, Tokyo.
Akarui is also in the process of creating a facility for architects in Osaka, Japan.
Currently, Akari is working on the design of an office building in Tokyo that will be 3D printable.
In January, Akaruia reported $3.5 billion in sales for the quarter ended March 30, which included $1.1 billion in revenue.