The CyBe RT (Robot Track) is a 3D printer that moves across a stationary track setup. It can be used by precast factories building prefab homes. It is also great for institutes or companies that want to print in a sequence and test design variables.
The starting length of the track is 5 meters. Track segments can be added incrementally. With the additional reach of the printhead, elements can be printed larger and in fewer pieces.
• Ideal for precast and testing design variables
• Efficient production of elements
• Superior print speed and performance
• High-quality print strength and adhesion
• Neat printed aesthetic
At 500 millimeters per second, CyBe printers have the fastest print speed in the market. When paired with the proper mortar, the mortar set-time is optimal and CyBe printers operate at the most efficient speed possible.
Length x Width x Height: 5 m x 2.5 m 4 m (standard)
The CyBe RT’s track length can be extended in increments of 1 meter by attaching additional 1-meter plates.
Concrete structures are printed beside the 3D printer track.
CyBe Mortar has a superior, consistent quality with set-times optimized for the print area. It allows for non-stop, wet-on-wet production for optimal strength and adhesion and excellent aesthetic results.
CyBe supplies the full package: hardware, software, materials, service, designs, and 10-day training at any location. CyBe’s partners receive all the necessary tools for success.
Prefab construction made easy
The CyBe RT is a great option for companies printing single-standing prefab houses. Moving along the track, the robotic arm can print large elements in one fluid motion, reducing the number of printed elements in a design. Elements can be hoisted after 24 hours and transported to the project site for installation.
CyBe’s 3D concrete printing solution addresses the globalhousing crisis using automation and a new approach to materials. 3D concrete printing allows companies to build faster, more affordably, and in a sustainable way. It brings incredible value to the construction industry.