SQ4D Inc., a subsidiary of New York-based S-Squared 3D Printers (SQ3D), stunned the construction world in January when it 3D printed a 1,900 square foot house in a record 48 hours – gifting the world its largest 3D printed house to date.
Although larger buildings have been 3D printed in various cities – including a nearly 7,000 square foot two-storey Dubai office which is billed as the world’s largest 3D-printed building, SQ4D’s is certainly the biggest 3D printed residential house. The company took only 48 hours of print time, over an eight day period, to deliver the house using less than $6000 worth of construction materials. This is quite fast when you compare it to preceding projects such as the 500 square foot 3D printed house in Mexico that took 24 hours to complete. SQ4D hopes to cut future print time by half in […]
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