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."