“S-Squared gets printing”

“The beast of a machine sits outside the company’s Patchogue Village home located on West Main Street and is capable of pouring concrete with virtually no air bubbles, creating a product that is 200 percent stronger with about a 70 percent reduction of cost as opposed to traditional construction. A 4-bedroom/2-bath home is expected to yield a for-sale price as low as $150,000 to 200,000 and comes with a 100-year warranty. The company says the cutting-edge technology has the potential to be the next big thing to help improve community infrastructure with practically zero carbon footprint. By reducing the manpower and resources, the home printer can build a house in a fraction of the time, which reduces the impact on the environment, all while cutting costs and using ecofriendly materials and methods.”


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