Questions? Give Us a Call
(678) 940-6433

REVOLUTIONARY 3D PRINTING CONSTRUCTION FIRM IN U.S.

REVOLUTIONARY 3D PRINTING CONSTRUCTION FIRM IN U.S.

Keep up with the latest from CCR-Mag.com

Fill out the form Below

Home Vendor News REVOLUTIONARY 3D PRINTING CONSTRUCTION FIRM IN U.S.

Advanced Intelligent Construction Technology (AICT) announces the implementation of robotic-based intelligent construction technology in the United States. This technology has great potential to improve the way buildings are built.  
“As a form of intelligent construction, 3D printing concrete construction technology boasts great advantages,” said Xu Weiguo, professor at the Tsinghua University School of Architecture, who led the technical support team. 
With the combination of advanced robotics, high-performance materials, and parametric design, 3D printing technology has propelled intelligent construction from the laboratory to industry. Users can input the digitally designed model into the software, which processes it into control signals for the robotic arm. The concrete mixture then reaches the nozzle at the front end of the mechanical arm through the extrusion device and is printed rapidly. 
AICT has already used this technology elsewhere to construct significant public works. Recently, the Shenzhen World Exhibition and Convention Center in southern China unveiled a 3D-printed park with a total area of 5,523 square meters (59,449 square feet) with a greening rate of 88 percent. AICT used this 3D printing technology to produce sculptures, benches, flower beds, retaining walls, and curbs. The firm has made a park that is not only state of the art in its construction but is aesthetically pleasing with an attractive, elegant, and futuristic look. 

Faster and more affordable 
A large percentage of construction costs is rising labor costs due to a shortage of skilled labor. Robotics-based technology empowers the labor force to be more productive, resulting in more efficient job sites, less building time, and overall cost savings. Using 3D printing, AICT can produce a modestly sized house in weeks rather than months. Builders using this technology finished a park consisting of more than 2,000 concrete pieces in just two and a half months, at a fraction of the cost of conventional construction methods. 
These reductions in time, personnel, and material costs can reduce overall production costs by as much as thirty percent. Logistical and planning costs are also much lower than with traditional building methods. “Compared with reinforced concrete, 3D printing is relatively cheap, since the building simulation stage will solve technical problems in advance and come up with the optimum construction method,” Xu added.  
What’s more, robotic construction technologies like 3D printed concrete provide workers with a safer and healthier working environment because the robot does the repetitive heavy lifting. 
Sustainable 
3D printed concrete does not need formwork, usually made from wood and wasted after use. This method prints concrete only in the required places calculated by an algorithm, reducing the usage of carbon-heavy cement. In addition, the sand that makes up almost 50% of the concrete can be sourced locally, saving on transportation costs and carbon emissions associated with transportation. 

 
Dynamic and Beautiful Shapes 
AICT’s unique printing technology uses a light modular six-axis robotic arm-based system rather than a conventional three-axis, heavy, large-scale gantry system. In addition, the system’s proprietary building material outperforms traditional concrete, producing far more diverse and fluid shapes at no additional cost. This method allows for the creation of attractive and stylish design elements without the expense usually associated with premium designs.  
“Intelligent construction is still in its infancy, but the digitization of the construction industry has bright prospects,” said Zhang Yu, an official with the construction bureau of Shenzhen’s Baoan district. 
Benefits to the Public 
AICT’s revolutionary technology does not limit its benefits to those seeking to build new homes. The 3D printing construction process allows for creating public works at a substantially reduced cost to the taxpayer. Cities, towns, and municipalities will be able to build attractive and welcoming public parks and other recreation areas at a fraction of the usual price. Local governments will be able to construct vital recreational facilities affordably in under-served neighborhoods and communities, providing much-needed health benefits to the public. 
AICT is at the forefront of making the benefits of this technology available to the American public.  
CONTACT: 
Zoey Zhao 
zoey@aictbuild.com 
The audacious mission of AICT is to revolutionize the design-build industry. AICT utilizes advanced robotics parametric design to improve the way we build.  

Events

Read more BELOW

 

The 2024 virtual Men’s Round Table will be held Q4, 2024, date TBD.

2024 Virtual Men’s Round Tables

2023 Virtual Men’s Round Table was held on November 7th, 2023 via Zoom.


 

2024 Virtual Women’s Round Table

2023 Women’s Round Table #1 was held on October 20th, 2023 via Zoom

News

Circle K breaks ground with 1st Kentucky NEVI-funded EV charger

Circle K celebrated the groundbreaking of its first NEVI EV charging site in the southeastern US in Richmond, Kentucky. The new fast charging site in Richmond adds to Circle K’s EV charging footprint, which the company expects to reach 200 sites in North America, the

Supplements/Podcast
See Website for Details

This content (including text, artwork, graphics, photography, and video) was provided by the third party(ies) as referenced above. Any rights or other content questions or inquiries should be directed such third-party provider(s).

Receive the CCR 2024 Idustry Report

Get ahead of your Competitors with CCR's FREE Industry Insider's Report 2024!

Always stay two steps ahead of your Competitors. Stay informed with the latest in the Industry. 

This site uses cookies to ensure that you get the best user experience. By choosing “Accept” you acknowledge this and that ccr-mag.com operates under the Fair Use Act. Find out more on the Privacy Policy & Terms of Use Page