From Indiana and the Star Press comes a report that prefab homes are poised to take off as the economy improves. The article says more U.S. consumers and developers are turning to factory-built housing for speed, quality and energy efficiency. The prefab market, the article says, is positioning itself for major growth when the housing industry rebounds. The reporter quotes Tedd Benson of New Hampshire-based Bensonwood Homes saying his company is refining computer software that can do a 3-D home model, then cut, shape and detail each part in the factory, and says Massachusetts-based Blu Homes can truck across the country modules as narrow as 8 feet that unfold to create homes more than twice that width when placed on a foundation. According to the report, more builders are recognizing the potential and entering the market.