Author: constructinnovator

Innovation in Architecture, Construction, Real Estate and Transportation

50 Ways To Slow The Electric Vehicle Revolution — A Complete Idiot’s Guide

Automakers 1. Whatever you do, don’t admit that electric cars can crush gasoline cars off the line. 2. Certainly, do not produce a fully electric car that puts your quickest gasoline cars to shame. 3. When the media asks you about electric cars, say that you support their development and are working on them, but…
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futuristic technologies in construction

10 Futuristic Technologies That Are Changing Construction Industry

It is no secret that technology is revolutionising literally every aspect of modern day life. The construction industry, continually being updated and upgraded with the latest technology, is one such example of this. Technology in construction comes with devising innovative new ways of constructing and whilst the changing future of construction is largely unknown, there are some…
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Futuristic Construction Technologies

In the beginning, there was mud. The earliest human dwellings were constructed of nothing more than mud-and-straw bricks baked in the sun. The ancient Romans were the first to experiment with concrete, mixing lime and volcanic rock to build majestic structures like the Pantheon in Rome, still the largest unreinforced concrete dome in the world.…
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RoboVAST 3D Printer

Our 3D printed homes don’t require tons of man hours for construction. This results in lower costs, making quality housing more affordable. In fact, some builders say, 3D printed houses cost about 50% less than the regular market price of standard houses. Also, by utilizing 3D printing technology, we have zero waste of materials and…
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3D Printing Business Ideas

1. Create and sell 3D printed jewelry, home furnishings or decorations This first idea for a 3D printing business might be the most straightforward and potentially even easiest on the list, though it does require a keen sense of style and a certain finesse. The idea is simple: create a 3D design, and sell it.…
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Rapid Prototyping

3D Printing for Rapid Prototyping The implementation of 3D printed prototyping has reduced the cycle time for each design iteration, so reducing drastically time-to-market. We provide full-scale functionality in prototyping, eliminating the need to scale down or print multiple parts that require assembly. Key Advantages: • Large printing areas: from 2.8m x 1.4m x 1.4m…
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Automotive Evoyaj Project

Evoyaj Project Concept Design Prototype Production

Industries

Industries we work in conjunction with 3D Printing Architecture & Design – We explore new architectural shapes and design styles; through our DesignVAST Big 3D Printer we are testing new construction materials and structures. Our versatile robotic RoboVAST 3D printer will build affordable houses, from simple to very complex shapes. Construction – Research & Development…
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RoboVAST 3D Printer Model

VAST – Versatile Additive Systems & Technologies We are a team of motivated professionals operating a sustainable construction business using eco-friendly materials: wood, cellulose fiber, concrete mix, clay, and local recycled materials. Our VAST (Versatile Additive Systems & Technologies) printing technology allows big 3D printers to be adapted for turning easily from one to another…
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3d printing of continuous-fiber composites by in-nozzle impregnation

Abstract We have developed a method for the three-dimensional (3D) printing of continuous fiber-reinforced thermoplastics based on fused-deposition modeling. The technique enables direct 3D fabrication without the use of molds and may become the standard next-generation composite fabrication methodology. A thermoplastic filament and continuous fibers were separately supplied to the 3D printer and the fibers…
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