The hottest robot will not only contract the work

2022-09-23
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Robots will not only contract future construction production lines, but also become ubiquitous in work and life.

unlike other data construction plans, our plan combines a number of new building technologies, such as 3D printing, metal structure and wood assembly. We use the advantages of a variety of technologies to build this house, and it will bring more additional effects, which is an innovation in this field. " This construction plan is planned to be completed in the summer of 2018, with a floor area of 200 square meters, and will be used as accommodation and research laboratories for students of eth

I believe that robots will become ubiquitous in work and life in the future. Various robot arms on the factory production line have been operating for a long time, including security robots, combat robots, sweeping robots, etc., and robots in all fields, Perhaps one day, robots will also appear on construction sites

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eth, Switzerland, plans to combine robotics and 3D printing technology to build a three story building called dfab house (digital fabric house). It is understood that the project has gathered the production capacity of angstron's raw materials. It will be the world's first building designed entirely by data, which was jointly prepared by eight professors from various disciplines

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responsible for the main task of construction is a construction robot that is 2 meters tall and moves in the laboratories of plastic injection molding and extrusion manufacturers with a crawler electronic tensile testing machine. It can self assemble into a complex metal structure, which is similar to the reinforcement of traditional buildings and has the function of supporting the whole building. The robot can also squeeze the concrete into the metal to enhance the structural strength, and the robot can cover the wall with radian according to the pre-designed drawings. The special material of the concrete will prevent the reinforcement from leaking out, so as to avoid the supply and demand of excess reinforcement in the construction process. After the concrete is dry, another 3D printer will print a multifunctional ceiling. The second and third floors of the building are built by robots in the laboratory with wood building materials, and then assembled to the built first floor

Professor Matthias kohlen of eth said: unlike other data building plans, our plan combines a number of new building technologies, such as 3D printing, metal structure and wood assembly. We use the advantages of a variety of technologies to build this house, and it will bring more additional effects, which is an innovation in this field. This construction plan is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2018, with a floor area of 200 square meters, and will be provided to eth students for accommodation and research laboratories

dfab house has made rapid progress from plan to practice, which shows that research units and industry have high enthusiasm and expectations for robots to build houses. This plan is still a small-scale preliminary experiment, and this kind of robot is still a long way from being actually used in the construction industry

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