Patchogue, New York

Proof of concept print.

Bedrooms

Bedrooms

1

Bathrooms

Bathrooms

1

Area

Area

500²

SQ4D Begins 3D Printing Small Structures, Including 500-Sq-Ft Home.

SQ4D and it’s revolutionary ARCS have built the largest 3D printed home in the world, at the time of July 2019. ARCS is a patent pending technology that allows multiple machines to work together to create a home with little or no human assistance. Delays in building projects are a thing of the past. This process ushers in a new level of affordability for homeowners and businesses alike. In addition, this new technology can reduce construction costs by as much as 40%.

ARCS uses a proprietary low-power consumption technology. This essentially makes the operation more eco-friendly, safe, and reduces the use of resources such as electricity. The current used on the machine is about the same as a standard hair dryer. Furthermore, less than ten gallons of fuel was needed for the entire task. It is well documented that OSHA instructors have praised this machine for it’s potential to reduce work-related industry accidents.

Our technology for 3D printing homes is up to 3 times faster than traditional construction. The company’s executive committee looks forward to expanding the projects from 500 ft² to more than 1 million sq. ft. builds. While printing a home with ARCS’s is done virtually autonomously, there is the exciting phase where customization of the home can be left to the buyer’s imagination. We are in a new age of construction safety and cost-efficiency with this revolutionary 3D printing machine.


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“Ultimately, the test, the third and biggest large-scale structure to be produced by the firm, was a success.”
– Michael Molitch-Hou | Engineering.com

A first of it’s kind.

Upon completion in 2019, this structure made waves as the first testament to our vision for the future of construction.

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“Ultimately, the test, the third and biggest large-scale structure to be produced by the firm, was a success.”
– Michael Molitch-Hou | Engineering.com

A first of it’s kind.

Upon completion in 2019, this structure made waves as the first testament to our vision for the future of construction.

View Story

Rapid Progress

A lot has changed.

At the time that this test home was built, it was a massive step forward for SQ4D, as well as the construction tech industry as a whole. Now, just a few short years later, our structures have progressed lightyears in terms of size, style, and practicality.

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