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AMIE 1.0

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

AMIE 1.0

The Additive Manufacturing Integrated Energy project (AMIE for short) is a combination of a 3D-printed house and a 3D-printed car that wirelessly share renewable energy. Each component feeds the other, enabling the system to run entirely off the grid if necessary. Because they’re made using additive manufacturing, the house and car could be replicated with minimal waste, and could even be recycled by breaking down the materials and using them to print something else.

Creators: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design, GE Appliances, IACMI The Composites Institute, Spiers New Technologies, Liberty Utilities, Mach Fuels, Techmer ES, KUB, Tru-Design, Axalta Coatings, DowAksa, Hexagon Lincoln, Johnson Controls, Line-X, EPB, Kawneer, Alcoa, Clayton Homes, Cincinnati Incorporated, NanoPore
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