Phoenix robotics firm delivers first 3D printed homes in less than 60 days

Diamond Age, which moved its California headquarters to Phoenix last year, has begun selling its first community of 3D printed homes starting in the upper $200,000s.

Using full-stack robotics, the company can build homes within 60 days, said Jack Oslan, CEO of Diamond Age.

"Diamond Age is not a 3D printer," Oslan said. "Diamond Age is a construction automation system. We are building robots bigger than houses to build houses. We do leverage 3D printing, but it is only a small facet of what we do."


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