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Robot budowniczy (8)

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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8473 Robot 1 30/09/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Cazza Construction A house-building robot could rebuild homes in disaster zones like the areas hit by recent hurricanesCazza Construction, the Silicon Valley start-up claims Its X1 3D printing machine will ??srevolutionize??? construction .The company already has contracts for 3D printed buildings in Dubai.So far, the company has only revealed renderings of its X1.Cazza robots use concrete to construct and can reduce the time and cost of building by traditional methods. In the case of constructing a 2000 square foot two story house, it would take 8 days and be up to 30% more cost effective in comparison to traditional build methods.The robot is mounted on a mobile platform making it easy to manoeuvre and build structures directly onsite and flexible manufacturing indoors for prefabrication.The robot uses Cazza???s special mix of concrete that can be adaptable to location and climate.The robot has continuous tracks making it mobile, easy to manoeuvre and able to build structures directly onsite or indoors for prefabrication structures.To avoid accidents and minimise risks , the X1 system is equipped with a set of sensors which detect the presence of people, preventing hazards for the personnel.The robot has also been designed to require minimum training in Robot control and navigation. Our X1 system UI is developed to make all processes intuitive and easy to execute.With the robot the company claims construction processes are up to 40% more efficient in comparison to using conventional construction methods.Cazza is accepting accepting pre-orders. For its X1 system and the first production set will be limited to 30 units. Prospective buyers are being asked for a $3,500 initial deposit.The final price is $480,000 with a more advance X1 Core at $620,000 USDThe building process begins when the design and engineering process for the dwelling is complete and CAD files are lo
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8473 Robot 1 30/09/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Cazza Construction A house-building robot could rebuild homes in disaster zones like the areas hit by recent hurricanesCazza Construction, the Silicon Valley start-up claims Its X1 3D printing machine will ??srevolutionize??? construction .The company already has contracts for 3D printed buildings in Dubai.So far, the company has only revealed renderings of its X1.Cazza robots use concrete to construct and can reduce the time and cost of building by traditional methods. In the case of constructing a 2000 square foot two story house, it would take 8 days and be up to 30% more cost effective in comparison to traditional build methods.The robot is mounted on a mobile platform making it easy to manoeuvre and build structures directly onsite and flexible manufacturing indoors for prefabrication.The robot uses Cazza???s special mix of concrete that can be adaptable to location and climate.The robot has continuous tracks making it mobile, easy to manoeuvre and able to build structures directly onsite or indoors for prefabrication structures.To avoid accidents and minimise risks , the X1 system is equipped with a set of sensors which detect the presence of people, preventing hazards for the personnel.The robot has also been designed to require minimum training in Robot control and navigation. Our X1 system UI is developed to make all processes intuitive and easy to execute.With the robot the company claims construction processes are up to 40% more efficient in comparison to using conventional construction methods.Cazza is accepting accepting pre-orders. For its X1 system and the first production set will be limited to 30 units. Prospective buyers are being asked for a $3,500 initial deposit.The final price is $480,000 with a more advance X1 Core at $620,000 USDThe building process begins when the design and engineering process for the dwelling is complete and CAD files are lo
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8473 Robot 1 30/09/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Cazza Construction A house-building robot could rebuild homes in disaster zones like the areas hit by recent hurricanesCazza Construction, the Silicon Valley start-up claims Its X1 3D printing machine will ??srevolutionize??? construction .The company already has contracts for 3D printed buildings in Dubai.So far, the company has only revealed renderings of its X1.Cazza robots use concrete to construct and can reduce the time and cost of building by traditional methods. In the case of constructing a 2000 square foot two story house, it would take 8 days and be up to 30% more cost effective in comparison to traditional build methods.The robot is mounted on a mobile platform making it easy to manoeuvre and build structures directly onsite and flexible manufacturing indoors for prefabrication.The robot uses Cazza???s special mix of concrete that can be adaptable to location and climate.The robot has continuous tracks making it mobile, easy to manoeuvre and able to build structures directly onsite or indoors for prefabrication structures.To avoid accidents and minimise risks , the X1 system is equipped with a set of sensors which detect the presence of people, preventing hazards for the personnel.The robot has also been designed to require minimum training in Robot control and navigation. Our X1 system UI is developed to make all processes intuitive and easy to execute.With the robot the company claims construction processes are up to 40% more efficient in comparison to using conventional construction methods.Cazza is accepting accepting pre-orders. For its X1 system and the first production set will be limited to 30 units. Prospective buyers are being asked for a $3,500 initial deposit.The final price is $480,000 with a more advance X1 Core at $620,000 USDThe building process begins when the design and engineering process for the dwelling is complete and CAD files are lo
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8473 Robot 1 30/09/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Cazza Construction A house-building robot could rebuild homes in disaster zones like the areas hit by recent hurricanesCazza Construction, the Silicon Valley start-up claims Its X1 3D printing machine will ??srevolutionize??? construction .The company already has contracts for 3D printed buildings in Dubai.So far, the company has only revealed renderings of its X1.Cazza robots use concrete to construct and can reduce the time and cost of building by traditional methods. In the case of constructing a 2000 square foot two story house, it would take 8 days and be up to 30% more cost effective in comparison to traditional build methods.The robot is mounted on a mobile platform making it easy to manoeuvre and build structures directly onsite and flexible manufacturing indoors for prefabrication.The robot uses Cazza???s special mix of concrete that can be adaptable to location and climate.The robot has continuous tracks making it mobile, easy to manoeuvre and able to build structures directly onsite or indoors for prefabrication structures.To avoid accidents and minimise risks , the X1 system is equipped with a set of sensors which detect the presence of people, preventing hazards for the personnel.The robot has also been designed to require minimum training in Robot control and navigation. Our X1 system UI is developed to make all processes intuitive and easy to execute.With the robot the company claims construction processes are up to 40% more efficient in comparison to using conventional construction methods.Cazza is accepting accepting pre-orders. For its X1 system and the first production set will be limited to 30 units. Prospective buyers are being asked for a $3,500 initial deposit.The final price is $480,000 with a more advance X1 Core at $620,000 USDThe building process begins when the design and engineering process for the dwelling is complete and CAD files are lo
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8473 Robot 1 30/09/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Cazza Construction A house-building robot could rebuild homes in disaster zones like the areas hit by recent hurricanesCazza Construction, the Silicon Valley start-up claims Its X1 3D printing machine will ??srevolutionize??? construction .The company already has contracts for 3D printed buildings in Dubai.So far, the company has only revealed renderings of its X1.Cazza robots use concrete to construct and can reduce the time and cost of building by traditional methods. In the case of constructing a 2000 square foot two story house, it would take 8 days and be up to 30% more cost effective in comparison to traditional build methods.The robot is mounted on a mobile platform making it easy to manoeuvre and build structures directly onsite and flexible manufacturing indoors for prefabrication.The robot uses Cazza???s special mix of concrete that can be adaptable to location and climate.The robot has continuous tracks making it mobile, easy to manoeuvre and able to build structures directly onsite or indoors for prefabrication structures.To avoid accidents and minimise risks , the X1 system is equipped with a set of sensors which detect the presence of people, preventing hazards for the personnel.The robot has also been designed to require minimum training in Robot control and navigation. Our X1 system UI is developed to make all processes intuitive and easy to execute.With the robot the company claims construction processes are up to 40% more efficient in comparison to using conventional construction methods.Cazza is accepting accepting pre-orders. For its X1 system and the first production set will be limited to 30 units. Prospective buyers are being asked for a $3,500 initial deposit.The final price is $480,000 with a more advance X1 Core at $620,000 USDThe building process begins when the design and engineering process for the dwelling is complete and CAD files are lo
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8473 Robot 1 30/09/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Cazza Construction A house-building robot could rebuild homes in disaster zones like the areas hit by recent hurricanesCazza Construction, the Silicon Valley start-up claims Its X1 3D printing machine will ??srevolutionize??? construction .The company already has contracts for 3D printed buildings in Dubai.So far, the company has only revealed renderings of its X1.Cazza robots use concrete to construct and can reduce the time and cost of building by traditional methods. In the case of constructing a 2000 square foot two story house, it would take 8 days and be up to 30% more cost effective in comparison to traditional build methods.The robot is mounted on a mobile platform making it easy to manoeuvre and build structures directly onsite and flexible manufacturing indoors for prefabrication.The robot uses Cazza???s special mix of concrete that can be adaptable to location and climate.The robot has continuous tracks making it mobile, easy to manoeuvre and able to build structures directly onsite or indoors for prefabrication structures.To avoid accidents and minimise risks , the X1 system is equipped with a set of sensors which detect the presence of people, preventing hazards for the personnel.The robot has also been designed to require minimum training in Robot control and navigation. Our X1 system UI is developed to make all processes intuitive and easy to execute.With the robot the company claims construction processes are up to 40% more efficient in comparison to using conventional construction methods.Cazza is accepting accepting pre-orders. For its X1 system and the first production set will be limited to 30 units. Prospective buyers are being asked for a $3,500 initial deposit.The final price is $480,000 with a more advance X1 Core at $620,000 USDThe building process begins when the design and engineering process for the dwelling is complete and CAD files are lo
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8473 Robot 1 30/09/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Cazza Construction A house-building robot could rebuild homes in disaster zones like the areas hit by recent hurricanesCazza Construction, the Silicon Valley start-up claims Its X1 3D printing machine will ??srevolutionize??? construction .The company already has contracts for 3D printed buildings in Dubai.So far, the company has only revealed renderings of its X1.Cazza robots use concrete to construct and can reduce the time and cost of building by traditional methods. In the case of constructing a 2000 square foot two story house, it would take 8 days and be up to 30% more cost effective in comparison to traditional build methods.The robot is mounted on a mobile platform making it easy to manoeuvre and build structures directly onsite and flexible manufacturing indoors for prefabrication.The robot uses Cazza???s special mix of concrete that can be adaptable to location and climate.The robot has continuous tracks making it mobile, easy to manoeuvre and able to build structures directly onsite or indoors for prefabrication structures.To avoid accidents and minimise risks , the X1 system is equipped with a set of sensors which detect the presence of people, preventing hazards for the personnel.The robot has also been designed to require minimum training in Robot control and navigation. Our X1 system UI is developed to make all processes intuitive and easy to execute.With the robot the company claims construction processes are up to 40% more efficient in comparison to using conventional construction methods.Cazza is accepting accepting pre-orders. For its X1 system and the first production set will be limited to 30 units. Prospective buyers are being asked for a $3,500 initial deposit.The final price is $480,000 with a more advance X1 Core at $620,000 USDThe building process begins when the design and engineering process for the dwelling is complete and CAD files are lo
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8473 Robot 1 30/09/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Cazza Construction A house-building robot could rebuild homes in disaster zones like the areas hit by recent hurricanesCazza Construction, the Silicon Valley start-up claims Its X1 3D printing machine will ??srevolutionize??? construction .The company already has contracts for 3D printed buildings in Dubai.So far, the company has only revealed renderings of its X1.Cazza robots use concrete to construct and can reduce the time and cost of building by traditional methods. In the case of constructing a 2000 square foot two story house, it would take 8 days and be up to 30% more cost effective in comparison to traditional build methods.The robot is mounted on a mobile platform making it easy to manoeuvre and build structures directly onsite and flexible manufacturing indoors for prefabrication.The robot uses Cazza???s special mix of concrete that can be adaptable to location and climate.The robot has continuous tracks making it mobile, easy to manoeuvre and able to build structures directly onsite or indoors for prefabrication structures.To avoid accidents and minimise risks , the X1 system is equipped with a set of sensors which detect the presence of people, preventing hazards for the personnel.The robot has also been designed to require minimum training in Robot control and navigation. Our X1 system UI is developed to make all processes intuitive and easy to execute.With the robot the company claims construction processes are up to 40% more efficient in comparison to using conventional construction methods.Cazza is accepting accepting pre-orders. For its X1 system and the first production set will be limited to 30 units. Prospective buyers are being asked for a $3,500 initial deposit.The final price is $480,000 with a more advance X1 Core at $620,000 USDThe building process begins when the design and engineering process for the dwelling is complete and CAD files are lo