A technology as novel as 3D printing seems to be gradually gaining ground thanks to the tireless work of hundreds of companies. On this occasion and taking into account the global disasters that we have had to live in recent weeks, it is nice to know certain news like the one I want to tell you today, which has just been published by a company based in Silicon Valley (United States) How is it Cazza Construction.
According to the press release published by Cazza Construction, today we are officially presented with the robot that you see on the screen, a system that has been baptized with the name of X1 and that it could be ideal for the reconstruction of houses affected by natural disasters thanks to its interesting qualities and characteristics.
Cazza Construction delights the community with the skills of its new robot, the X1
Undoubtedly, thanks to this prototype, Cazza Construction has just made a niche on the international scene, especially after demonstrating what the new X1 is capable of. I say this since, together with the statement released by the company, it has been commented that the company, currently run by its founder, a 20-year-old young man, has just announced business relations with the United Arab Emirates, an area where this type of technology seems to have made a very good impression.
As for the robot itself, it should be noted that the Cazza X1 has a robotic arm capable of lift a weight of up to 90 kilograms with a maximum frontal reach of up to 3,9 meters. If the arm has to carry less weight, the range can be up to 4,7 meters. Thanks to all the technology with which this peculiar robot has been equipped, today it can cope with circumstances ranging from the reconstruction of areas affected by natural disasters to the construction of skyscrapers.