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And so the unabashed excitement over 3D printing soldiers on, this time in the form of Saltygloo, a pavilion built from 336 printed salt wafers. The structure—which, despite its natural source materials, doesn't look so different from the world's first printed pavilion—is, per the creators, "super strong, thanks to reinforcement techniques developed in-house." Still, it's doubtful this, uh, "ygloo" will survive much in the way of inclimate weather. [Gizmodo; previously]