CyBe Construction started as an idea inspired by a video in 2012. Using years of experience gained while working with his family’s construction company mixed with a fascination of building and innovation, founder and CEO Berry Hendricks began planning — and, in November of 2013, CyBe Construction was born.
By 2014, CyBe had successfully created printable concrete, now known as CyBe MORTAR. They also began prototyping different printing systems. This software — ARTYSAN and CHYSEL — is now used in all CyBe projects. In 2015, CyBe began 3D printing various concrete elements, including chairs and curved shapes both big and small
CyBe hired its first full-time design-to-part engineers in 2016, allowing the company to continue to think bigger — and acquire and begin the R&Drone Laboratory project in Dubai. This year also saw the development of CyBe’s first mobile 3D concrete printer.
2017 led to the completion of CyBe’s mobile printer and fully functional slicing software. CyBe continued to work on the R&Drone Laboratory project, as well as other projects such as city benches for municipalities. CyBe also developed parametric software for internal use.
In 2018, CyBe started creating the first 3D Concrete Printing Operator Training Center — the beginning of their educational efforts. This year saw more new employees, which included robotic and structural engineers, an architect, and urban planners. This year, CyBe 3D printed bridges and took part in several interesting projects around the globe, as well as sold and delivered their first printer.
2019 led to even more innovation, with major improvements to both the hardware and software on CyBe printers, as well as the setup and implementation of the CyBe Lybrary and Academy platform.
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