A non-profit organization called New Story is raising $1 million to bring more than 100 3D- The printed House was sent to the country for the next two years. The organization provides funds for families in need and those displaced by natural disasters. \"We want to bring this to the family that needs it most,\" CEO and co-founder Brett Hagler told CNN last week . \". The company is already using the technology. It released its first permanent 3D earlier this month- Print House at Austin SXSW music festival. There are three rooms in Austin. A master bedroom, a living room and a small office or children\'s bedroom- Bathroom. But this is far from tradition: The house was assembled by a giant 3D printer within 48 hours. The concrete mixture used by this machine will harden after drying, New Story says it is stronger than a normal concrete house. New story with Austin Austin-based robot-building startup ICON. The two companies have developed a custom 3D printer called Vulcan to \"print\" the house. Later, the new story added windows, lights, furniture and decor. \"[ Home of Austin \"It could turn into a small Airbnb or office,\" Hagler said . \". Hagler, 28, added that he expects to eventually need 12-to- Build a home 24 hours a day. \"This is the promise of robots -- It will only get faster, \"he said. Related: Tinder sued the dating app Bumble New Story saying that more than half of the money it raised for the El Salvador project will be spent on research, development and transportation of Vulcan printers and software. ICON is also a partner for this work. \"We want to bring this to the family that needs it most,\" Hagler said . \". Checked the @ ICON3DTech newstorycharacter 3D printer? ✨ SXSW pic. twitter. Com/r4BpVsYhpe while its work in El Salvador will be the company\'s most ambitious housing plan to date, this is not the first time a new story has brought housing to families in need. The organization, which has worked with local non-profit organizations in the past to fund these homes, has built more than 850 homes in Haiti, El Salvador, Mexico and Bolivia since its launch in December 2014. Previous new houses were built with basic cement blocks and tin roofs. The process took about 15 days to build and cost more than $6,000. But the organization expects 3D Printing technology helps reduce costs and serve more people faster. New homes in El Salvador, for example, will cost $4,000. An organization As good as it is- \"I can only do so much,\" he said . \". \"We thought about how to focus more on R & D and innovation. We ask, \'If we can significantly reduce the cost and increase the speed significantly ,[ Methods of building houses? \"The new stories and icons are not the first to develop a printer for the family. Last year, for example, a company called Apis Cor printed a house in Russia.