MODEL: StroyBot 6.2 3D Concrete Printer for printing homes and other concrete structures up to 10 x 20 x 6 meters, or 30 x 60 x 18 feet. The light-weight mobile printer will fit a truck and can be moved from site to site by a crew manually; it does not require a crane. If you are printing several homes in a row, it takes just a few hours to move and install to the next lot. The printer can print with various materials and recipes for making concrete. Materials should be sourced locally. The automated mixing station is included - it will screen materials, mix, and feed the mortar (‘ink') to the print head. No need to buy expensive pre-made mixes. Mixing raw materials right at the job site allow the user to print a home for as low as just a few thousand dollars. A 150 sq.m /1600 sq ft house (the walls) can be printed at 2000- $5000 USD. Printer includes: 1. gantry system 2. extrusion system (print head with nozzle) 3. mobile automated mixing station (screening, mixing) 4. automated raw material feeding system 5. control box (electronics, positioning and control system) 6. remote control and monitoring system (viewing progress of your print 24/7 ) 7. safety system (prevents collision and automatically shut down system at need) Technical specifications: Build envelope: 10 x 15(20) x 4(6) meters. Maximum operational area: 10 x 15(20) meters. Printed wall maximum height : 4 meters (steel frame) / 6 meters (composite frame) Nozzle diameter : 20 - 40 mm replaceable nozzles Printing layer - Width: 25 - 60 mm Thickness: 10 - 30 mm Positioning precision X/Y : 1 - 2 mm Positioning precision Z: 0.5 - 1.0 mm Speed - Maximum Speed: 40 m/min Printing Speed: 1 - 15 m/min Travel Speed: 1 - 25 m/min Printing speed varies depending on conditions, skills, and complexity of the 3D Printing model. On average, the printing speed is: 100 sq.m. house can be printed in 48 hours. Weight: 2.5 ton Dimensions: 13х20х7 meters Max dimensions in folded stage : 12 meters Power Specifications - Printer: 0.5 - 1.6 КW, 110 - 230 V Automated Mortar Mix/Supply Unit: 6 - 8 KW 220/380V 3 phase Type of Printer: Gantry/Portal Raw Materials: Sand, Cement, Additives Price
StroyBot 6.2 S (steel frame) 300 000 USD Build envelope: 10 x 15 x 4 meters
StroyBot 6.2 A (aluminum frame) 400 000 USD Build envelope: 10 x 20 x 6 meters StroyBot 6.2 C (composite frame) 500 000 USD Build envelope: 10 x 20 x 6 meters
StroyBot 7.1 M (military grade) 950 000 USD Build envelope: 10 x 20 x 4 meters Printers made out of Aluminum and Carbon/Kevlar Composite are more rigid and lighter, and as a result, they perform more precise and faster printing. Additionally, they do not rust, which can be a critical advantage for regions with a humid climate. Payment term As every printer is made to order, we require 50% prepayment when ordering and 50% when the printer is ready to ship. Training One week free training upon purchase of printer. Compliance with local construction codes are the responsibility of the buyer. Shipping Shipping is free within the US. Other countries 40 ft shipping container at additional cost. Canada and Mexico can be delivered by a truck. Note: The printer will be sold as a Kit for self-assembly . The printer will be shipped partially disassembled, and will require some mechanical skills to put the parts together. Warranty 1- year limited warranty.
Extremely lightweight, made of aircraft aluminium / composite materials / titanium alloy.
The design is based on the US Army Defense (DoD) requirements.
StroyBot7.1M is capable of operating in a variety of environmental conditions. The system is capable of using additive manufacturing techniques to construct buildings, fortifications, and other structures. This highly mobile system is designed to be transported globally via airplane, traditional DoD or civilian logistics systems. Set-up and Take-down time is 60 minutes. User - friendly interface allows operators easily operate the machine.
Build envelope: 10 x 20 x 4 meters.
MODEL: StroyBot 7.1 M (military-grade) 950 000 USD
MODEL: LAByrinth 3D Concrete Printer/Ceramic 3D Printer/FDM pellet Printer The LAB printer is designed for laboratories for the R&D Concrete Printing process, developing printing materials, exploration possibilities, and expanding the boundaries of concrete printing. The Printer will be the right choice for universities looking forward to experiment with 3D concrete printing. The size of the printing envelope can be customized upon request to fit your lab, from 1 x 1 x 1 meters to 5 x 5 x 3 meters.
At our lab, we were using a similar model for R&D for the most experiments. You will be able to print some large objects - we used a similar printer in 2014 for printing the castle. This printer does not include the mixing station- you will have to use your own mixer / pump to feed the mortar ('ink') to the print head.
Concrete extruder for Large Format concrete printing
Clay extruder for Large Format ceramic printing
Direct Pellet Extruder for Large Format FDM printing.
Technical specifications Printing envelope: up to 5 x 5 x 3 meters Nozzle diameter: 10 - 40 mm replaceable Printing layer - Width: 15 - 50 mm Thickness: 5 - 30 mm Speed - Maximum Speed: 40 m/min Printing Speed: 1 - 15 m/min Travel speed: 1 - 25 m/min Printing speed varies depending on conditions, skills, and complexity of the 3D Printing model. Positioning precision X/Y: 1 - 2 mm Positioning precision Z: 0.5 - 1.0 mm Power Specifications: 110 - 230V, 50/60 Hz, 0.5 - 1.6 КW
LAByrinth 1.2 200 000 USD Concrete printer, clay extruder, recycled plastic extruder for Large Format 3D printing. Training Free training upon purchase of printer. Shipping Shipping is free within the US. Other countries 20/40 ft shipping container at additional cost. Printers to Canada and Mexico can be delivered by a truck.
Note: The printer will be sold as a Kit for self-assembly . The printer will be shipped partially disassembled, and will require some mechanical skills to put the parts together.
Warranty 1- year limited warranty.
MODEL: Architect’s Printer
This is a FDM closed chamber all-metal PLA /ABS plastic type printer with a 1000 x 500 x 500 mm printing volume. The printer is specially designed for architects who use our 3D Concrete Printers to print 3D home models to demonstrate the end result to the client for final inspection, prior to printing the concrete house or other concrete structures. The printer is equipped with two replaceable extruders: one is a regular-size 0.4 - 0.8 mm nozzle diameter for high resolution and printing small models, and another one is an enlarged 1 - 2 mm diameter nozzle for rapid printing of large models. We supply this printer as an additional tool for the concrete printing process, and we don't keep it stocked on our shelves. If you want to buy the Architect's printer, allow 3 months for assembly by special order. Price 15,000 USD
MODEL: SEVEReBot Max Discontinued All-season 'Closed chamber' 3D Concrete Printer
This printer was designed and built for printing 3-4 story homes in harsh weather conditions. System-designed to operate year-round: cold Northern countries, hot Middle East climate, and during rainy seasons in Asia. The printer is insulated, so it is capable of being operated year-round, 24/7/365. This is our most advanced, fully automated, and largest printer, capable of printing multi-story buildings. It is currently discontinued, but may return based on popular demand. 12 m x 12 m = 144 sq.m, Height: 12 m (4-story building) Total Print Area = 576 sq.m Price 3,000,000 USD
Work in progress. Additional investment and government support required.
For printing of over-sized towers up to 100 m (300') height:
solar power towers
solar updraft towers
draft cooling towers
MODEL: Dome structures printer, up to 36m diameter Work in progress. Additional investment required
MODEL: Volumetric Hologram 3D Printer
Work in progress. Additional investment required. Uses lasers to create entire complete objects simultaneously Non-layering, advanced material printer. Builds objects by squirting material in a three dimensional pattern by laying down layers of fine dust, which is fused using a laser. It is the most advanced, groundbreaking 3D printing tech, and the printer of the future. When it is done, it has the potential to outperform all other types of 3D printers. This very complex machine will takes a few more years to develop.