Once the engineering process has been completed, the CAD files are loaded into Cazza’s programming suite software, where it is transformed to manufacturing tool paths that the robot can follow to build.
After that process is ready, the resulting Machine code file is uploaded wirelessly or through USB connection to the robot
Cazza’s software will analyse and determine the maximum number of printable areas and the order and path in which they will be printed. Speed of printing, and pauses to install electrical wiring, reinforcements and plumbing are programmed at this stage before the machine is brought on site.
Once programming is complete, the machine and site are prepared for all onsite activities. This includes ensuring the terrain is levelled and that a material supply is available for the robot.
The machine is then brought on site by truck, unmounted and hooked up to the concrete supply. Cazza’s machines are mobile and remotely operated making them easy to position on site.
Within 30 minutes of delivery to the site, the machine is ready to print.
With the touch of a button, Cazza’s robot will start printing your dream project.
During the printing cycle, Cazza’s robot will stop as programmed to install reinforcements, electrical wiring, and plumbing.
When the project is complete, the robot will automatically stop the flow of concrete and ready itself to be removed from the site. The robot cleaning routine is quite straight forward, as it only requires a waterline connection to clean itself. Disconnect the concrete supply and the robot can be remotely or manually moved to the truck for removal. Like setup, this process takes approximately 30 minutes. Traditional construction methods may begin, if required.
The final result is your project built more efficiently, safely and easily using Cazza’s technologies.