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FIELD PRINTING CONSTRUCTION LAYOUTS – SAVING TIME

Field Printing Combines BIM, CAD & Field Layout Robotic Plotting To Shortnen Build Times And Increase Accuracy While Eliminating Re-Work

The FieldPrinter functions in a similar fashion by printing full size floor plans on construction ground allowing workers to easily and quickly build right from the plans without the additional implication of physical labor.

Are you “Field Printing” your floor plan an mechanical layouts yet? The construction realm is in the midst of a technological revolution with the development of the new tools like the BIMPRINTER and Dusty’s FieldPrinter. Designed and constructed by engineers and computer scientists, these plotter robots allow digital project designs to be brought to life on the construction site, reducing potential human error, saving labor costs, and reducing overall build time throughout all trades on site.

BIMPRINTER utilizes incredible millimeter accuracy to print digital plans on construction sites. It has been certified as compatible with the notable companies Leica, Trimble, Topcon, and Sokkia. The official designer of BIMPRINTER, Vincent Agie, has stated that his purpose was to discover a creative and effective solution to aid the operation of projects as well as site workers.

The FieldPrinter functions in a similar fashion by printing full size floor plans on construction site surfaces and topo allowing workers to easily and quickly build right from the plans without the additional implication of physical labor, slowing trades and scope overlaps.

Another manufacturer in the States, Dusty’s FieldPrinter, is also capable of automating multiple trades at once providing crews with identical information to work off of. Currently services are being offered for commercial construction sites in the San Francisco Bay Area. Straight lines are computerized with 1/16” precision permitting greater accuracy and shortened manual labor time.

Source DUSTY ROBOTICS
Via The Bylt Team

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