3D construction printers
Equipment and services by the manufacturer #1
"AMT" - manufacturer of 3D construction printers #1
The group of companies AMT-SPECAVIA was founded in 2009 in Yaroslavl (Russia) as a manufacturer of professional CNC equipment.
In 2015, AMT-SPECAVIA launched the first production in Europe and the CIS of building 3D printers. Nowadays, the company's specialists have developed a whole range of small and large format portal printers (trademark AMT) - for different tasks and for different categories of customers.
The invariable advantages of our equipment are: reliability, maintainability, long service life, ease of maintenance, licensed software, included in the delivery set of all models.
Our construction printers are used for the manufacturing of small architectural forms, products for landscape design and landscaping, the production of elements and parts of buildings and structures with subsequent assembly on the construction site, as well as printing buildings directly on the foundation.
The company's activities are focused on the production of equipment. However, in order to demonstrate the applicability of 3D construction technology in practice and the possibility of building printers, in December 2015 specialists of AMT-SPECAVIA on additive technology (3D printing method) erected a residential building near Yaroslavl.
All manufactured equipment has an industrial safety certificate, registered specifications, and a Declaration of Compliance with the Technical Regulations in the territory of the Customs Union (TR).
In 2017, a subsidiary company "AMT LLC" (Additive Manufacturing Technologies) was established in the special economic zone "Skolkovo" (Moscow). Sphere of activity of the Moscow subsidiary: development and production of construction 3D printers, sales and service in foreign markets.
At present, the portal construction printers "AMT" Yaroslavl production work throughout Russia, in countries of Europe, Middle Asia, Middle East, Eastern and South Asia. Equipment "AMT" is certified in Eurounion (CE).