AMT SPETSAVIA

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The Group of Companies AMT SPETSAVIA is engaged in the manufacture of professional CNC equipment since 2009. In 2013, we drew attention to the growing interest of the market towards the topic of 3D construction printing. At the moment, the company specialists have developed and launched a series of portal construction 3D small and large format printers. Undoubted advantages of our equipment are: simplicity, reliability, maintainability, high resource, licensed software, included in the delivery of all models. The main consumers are small business and reinforced concrete products. Printers use for making small architectural forms for landscape design, making elements and parts of buildings and structures with subsequent assembly, printing buildings directly on the foundations. The activity of the company is focused exclusively on the production of equipment, but nevertheless specialists SPECAVIA in December 2015 built a house on additive technology (3D printing method) near Yaroslavl. Our portal construction printers have been used in the Urals, Siberia, Moscow, St. Petersburg, throughout Central Russia, Rostov-on-Don, Stavropol and Krasnodar, in the Crimea, Kazakhstan and Moldova.

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Welcome to all our guests! Here, as well as in social networks, the press and the Internet have repeatedly written about the fact that our 3D printers are involved in the construction of a house near Yaroslavl. The moment has come when we are ready to tell you about this unique house built using 3D construction printing technology.

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The building fully complies with the rules and norms of individual housing construction (IZHS). For this, all the stages of construction that are inherent in other technologies of construction production are used today: the project is made, the building permit is issued, the passport in BTI is issued, and in the near future the first 3D house will be put on cadastral accounting.

It should be emphasized that the presented house is not a presentation building, but a full-fledged residential building. It will be inhabited by an ordinary Yaroslavl family. In addition, the “printed” house in Yaroslavl is the largest building in Europe and the CIS, built using additive technology. Its total area is 298.5 sq.m.

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