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â€œWith our Concrete Printers, users simply position the printer over the intended space and hit PRINT. They can print homes, garages, monuments, barbeques, waterfalls, retainers, boulders, or any other unique and free-form design,â€ Lyman observes. â€œThis new technology will enable contractors and product developers to produce faster solutions at reduced costs to the consumer. The efficiency, quality control, and automation in regards to production will result in higher profit margins.â€
The company is developing a dealer program under which 664 or other model customers have defined territories in states, regions or metropolitan areas. It is also seeking to partner with batch plant equipment manufacturers, packaged mortar or concrete mix producers, plus admixture companies. â€”MudBots, Lindon, Utah, 800-733-2302; www.mudbots.com
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