In the late 90s, Hanson began making roof tiles using the same process as other home furnishings, such as wallpaper, that were made from recycled materials.
The company began producing the tiles by hand using the company’s 3D printing technology.
It eventually expanded to include a wider range of flooring materials, including marble, wood, stone, metal and ceramic.
These materials are produced using a 3D printer and a proprietary process that is known as “synthesis.”
Hanson says the company has also been able to make its products with recycled water and other waste.
In the past year, Hanson has made two batches of roof tiles.
The first batch, which is still in production, came out in the first quarter of 2018.
The second batch is expected to be in the final stages of production.
The tiles are expected to retail for around $10 a pair.
Hanson says its not clear yet how much money Hanson is making from these tiles, but its hoping to eventually sell the tiles at a lower price point.
Hanson plans to also sell the recycled material.
Hanson says it is not entirely clear yet what the company will do with the tiles once it is finished making them.
The technology is still not completely perfected, and Hanson has not revealed what it will do once it has fully developed the technology.
Hanson is currently seeking $40 million in funding, which could allow it to eventually make its tiles commercially.
Hanson expects the tiles to be available in the next two to three years.