Diamond Age’s First Community of 3D Printed Homes are now available for sale

Diamond Age home in Casa Grande, Arizona

This short story here is a good reminder that time flies so fast and…we don’t often realize how far we’ve come until a milestone is achieved. In August 2021, Diamond Age turned stealth mode off by securing a $8 Million Seed Round. Last year, the construction robotic company secured $50 Million in Series A Round and today, their first 3D printed homes are available for sale in Casa Grande, Arizona.

The completion of these homes in Arizona may also be an indication that the need for more houses is more present in that region. So far, most of the houses that have been built in the USA are located in Arizona.

“We are thrilled to debut this new technology in Casa Grande, showcasing the traditional aesthetic that our buyers love but with industry-leading concrete printed walls designed for durability, energy-efficiency, and noise reduction,” said Greg Huff, President of Century Complete.

As a reminder, Diamond Age has developed a Factory-in-the-Field solution; it is a Robotics-as-a-Service system that brings automation to the construction site to backfill the massive labor shortage in the home construction industry.

It should be noted that Diamond Age justifies the reduced costs allowed by its technology by the fact that reduces manual labor by as much as 55% and cuts construction cycle times to as little as 30 days. The question is: does that mean that the final product (the 3D printed house) is less expensive than the same house built via traditional resources?

The construction is also said to be sustainable and to give a traditional look and feel to the houses. To achieve that, Diamond Age homes have engineered insulated concrete composite walls that have the same look and feel of traditional builds and feature popular finishes like granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances.

The homes this solution built come in three single-story floor plans — offering up to 4 bedrooms and 1,901 square feet –– with concrete composite walls that make the homes more energy efficient, quieter and durable than traditional builds. The properties are part of Century Complete’s Mountain View Estates in Casa Grande and start in the upper $200s.

This first community shows how Diamond Age’s technology can build quality homes at industrial scale with a traditional look and feel that consumers expect in a sustainable and cost-efficient way. This approach will introduce new generations to homeownership because these homes are truly built to last“, Jack Oslan, co-founder and CEO of Diamond Age comments.

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