In just four years, Odico has cut it’s way into the construction business with it’s robotic solutions – which are now on their way to revolutionize the classical tile production at Strøjer Tegl in Assens.
Old craftsmanship and young technology – coming together, to create new possibilities.
The Kirk Kapital building in Vejle, designed by Olafur Eliasson, could only be realized with the aid of Odico’s. Their robotic cutting technologies has a huge potential, which is unmatched in the business.
Coverage includes a segment of a factory visit by Frank Tobe from The Robot Report.
The advantages of our robotic technology are obvious. Today, concrete is cast in molds made from huge amounts of wood or steel, which takes ages to construct and which cannot be used again,” said Bundsgaard. “When we cut the molds in polystyrene, it literally takes no time. We can cut any shape really fast and at very low costs, plus it’s an environmentally sound option.
Robots have already revolutionized the manufacturing industry, og the development of technology has made robots cheaper and more versatile. Odico has utilized the flexibility of the robots to create a hotwire cutting technique, which enables them to create polystyrene molds for concrete. This will both revolutionize and rationalize the construction of free form architecture