An Israeli business is set to introduce robotic manufacturing of concrete products to the construction industry in Europe and North America.
Following a decade of research and development, Tel Aviv-based Beyon3D claims its manufacturing process is “an advanced, holistic solution to automatic fabrication of a large spectrum of concrete building products. With minimal capital investment, Beyon3D’s technology is reaching micron-level precision at unprecedented production speed and capacity, compared to traditional methods.”
It claims its concrete products are customisable, can cost up to 60% less and be delivered faster than traditionally manufactured concrete products.
Its factory in Israel is due to open in Q4 this year.
Two months ago the business celebrated its IPO on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, and has “aggressive plans” to roll out its technology across Europe, the US and Canada.
“The company is primed to take an important step towards realising its vision of revolutionising the construction sector and the way we build,” said Ran Berman, CEO of Beyon3D. “In the coming years, the company’s ground-breaking manufacturing system will spearhead the transformation of traditional manufacturing processes.”