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To bring automation to the construction industry
To promote sustainable materials in the construction industry
Continuously seek new opportunities and processes
The institute's headquarters and its state-of-the-art facilities are located in the heart of Europe, in Žďár nad Sázavou. Symbolically, halfway between the two most important Czech technical universities - Czech Technical University in Prague and the Brno University of Technology.
EIMAC breaks down barriers between disciplines and institutions and creates space for global innovation.
Around the world, they want to build houses out of concrete using 3D printing. ICE opens a test center in Žďár
A massive metal robotic arm moves continuously along a set path. A unique quick-drying concrete mixture flows from its nozzle. With millimetre precision, it lays one layer after another until a two-meter high wall is created in a few hours.
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Rough construction of a house in three days. Their dream is to print a school
The largest in the Czech Republic and among the ten largest concrete printing plants in the world is a new printing farm of an automation company from Žďár nad Sázavou. The revolutionary technology is intended to help modernise the construction industry, replace missing craftsmen and also make construction cheaper and faster.
Concrete 3D printing farm set up in Žďár nad Sázavou, plans to print a school
The largest 3D concrete printing farm in the Czech Republic is being built in Žďár nad Sázavou, which is also one of the ten largest concrete printers in the world. The robotic workstations are at the plant of ICE Industrial Services.
They plan to print school building in Žďár
Within two years, an elementary school "printed from concrete" should be built in Žďár nad Sázavou. It would be the first school building in the northern hemisphere built by 3D printing. This is the ambition of ICE Coral, the largest farm for this promising construction method in the Czech Republic - a joint project...
They want to print the cafe and the school. It's not science fiction, says farm owner
First, a cafe in Zdar nad Sazavou to test whether they are able to build buildings using a 3D printer and concrete. Then a school building is planned. The first 3D printing farm in the Czech Republic, owned by ICE Industrial Services, is located in Žďár nad Sázavou.
We want to (re)print the future of construction. On 13 October 2021, we presented the first 3D printing farm in the Czech Republic to the media. The founders of EIMAC, Professor Rudolf Hela, architect Michal Postránecký and Tomáš Vránek, director and founder of ICE Industrial Services, signed the founding charter of the institute.