The last few years, have seen a growth in the usage of robotics and 3D printing within the construction industry. These technologies offer new innovative ways of fabricating and constructing items on and off site, as well as reducing the risks involved in entering confined or small spaces and increasing the speed of repetitive tasks. BAM is exploring the use of these tools within our business and we have developed a 3D builder robot, which is the first of its kind to use free-form print technology and automotive industry robotics. This ground-breaking innovation makes free-form architecture possible, as well as the creation of complex ornamental exteriors. The new robot with an exchangeable print head can print stone and concrete using the Italian D-shape method. In the future, it will also be possible to link new print techniques for steel and insulation material.
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