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Exhibition in Turkey 2023

The international exhibition of building materials and technologies YAPI – TurkeyBuild
Istanbul, which was held in Istanbul from April 26 to 29, has recently ended.
YAPI is an exhibition that has been held for 44 years. This is a platform for Turkish and
international companies where they can reach a large audience of buyers. The event
traditionally attracts a large number of buyers from all over the Middle East, Central Asia
and North Africa, as well as Turkey.
With the support of the Yaroslavl Region Export Center, several companies from the
Yaroslavl region, including AMT, took part in it.
The exhibition was visited by a really large number of entrepreneurs. The demand for
Russian products, and in particular for our company's products, was quite high. Many
people were interested in the capabilities of the equipment, the mixtures that are used in
printing and many others.
We also managed to hold several negotiations regarding the purchase of equipment with
representatives from different countries. We have received a large number of contacts and
feedback from entrepreneurs.
The exhibition really turned out to be very large-scale and interesting and was definitely
useful for the companies represented at it!


On April 3-6, AMT took part in a business mission in New Delhi (India).

The event was organized by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI of the Russian Federation).

The main purpose of the mission was to establish direct contacts with Indian partners and enter the export market by Russian companies.

More than 50 meetings with Indian partners were held by representatives of AMT company within the framework of B2B meetings.

In addition, our representatives visited several cultural places, including the Taj Mahal, and also managed to give an interview to Russia Today: RT


There are many prejudices about living in printed houses. Let's dispel them with Skolkovo.

News from AMT

We are glad to inform you that in the near future there will be 2 big business trips of "AMT" to different countries!

From April 3 to 6, AMT is taking part in a large Business mission in Delhi (India).

From April 26 to 29, AMT takes part in the international construction exhibition Yapi TurkeyBuild Istanbul 2023, which will be held in Istanbul (Turkey).

This exhibition dedicated to construction, building materials and technologies has been held for 44 years and is the longest-running event for the construction industry in Turkey.

We will be glad to meet you, tell you more about technology and 3D printers, share product catalogs and answer all your questions.

If you have any questions, please contact us by phone 8 962 205 52 52 or by email info@amt-print.com

Entire villages are printed in Russia!

The use of 3D printers in construction is becoming commonplace. This year was not an exception – additive technology took another step in its development. Not only individual houses are printed on the foundation now, but entire sites are built up. Something that has long been expected has happened – mass construction using 3D printing.

Construction season continues!

The construction season continues, and this is an occasion to share with you the long-awaited news.
Construction is moving on, and the S300 is actively traveling around Russia!
Most recently, in Elista (the Republic of Kalmykia), construction of a house (7 m high) using construction printer S300-1 began!


Today, on April 28, the 28th international construction exhibition "City" has started in Vladivostok (Primorsky Territory), where the regional representative of the AMT company in Vladivostok, Andrey Basharov, takes part.
The exhibition demonstrated a construction 3D printer - S-6044 with the ability to print products of small architectural forms, elements of buildings and structures, elements of landscape design. Directly during the demonstration of the equipment, several products of small architectural forms were printed.

The first monument printed by a 3D printer was erected at the Vagankovsky cemetery

The first monument printed by a 3D printer was erected at the Vagankovsky cemetery.
The monument was printed in less than a month by 3D4Art using a construction printer manufactured by AMT.
Monument height is 1.8 m.

The AMT company expands a line of building printers!

The AMT company expands the line of construction printers designed for printing individual residential buildings directly on the foundation.
Based on the S300 construction printer, designed to print buildings up to 120 sq. m and 1 floor high, modifications were created.
This is the S300-1 printer, which allows you to print buildings with an area of 120 sq. m up to 2 floors and the S300-2 printer, which allows you to print buildings and structures up to 180 sq. m and up to 7 m high.

The AMT company presents the world's first complex architectural object printed on a construction 3D printer!

On October 19, 2021, the AMT company, a resident of the Skolkovo Foundation, presented a complex architectural pavilion in the city of Yaroslavl.
Previously, printing of such complex-shaped objects by printers was not carried out in the world. The shape of the building is a cat holding a multi-colored cube in its paws.
The height of the building is 5 m 40 cm.
The pavilion was designed by Sri Lankan architect Sanat Abeysekera. The cat was painted by Lithuanian artist Saulius Gudelevichus. The cat was printed by 3D4art under the leadership of Roman Pavlenko, on a construction printer S-6044 Long manufactured by AMT. Printing was carried out in the workshop in December, 2020. 150 individual blocks were transported from Kolchugino to Yaroslavl and assembled on the foundation this spring. In the summer, the exterior and interior decoration were completed.
The building is a non-residential pavilion serving as a summer kitchen. Internal usable area - 23 sq. m. The figure of the Cat is printed from concrete grade M 350. The filling is foam concrete. The construction of the cube is welded, metal. Glazing - polycarbonate.
The building is connected to all necessary communications.

Media about us - RBC: "In Russia, a whole village will be printed on a 3D printer"

Not far from Yaroslavl (near the village of Tunoshna), the construction of the village using a 3D printer began. Plots of land with a total area of 1.5 hectares have already been purchased for innovative houses. Now the construction of the first house is being completed, in total there will be 12 houses in the village, printed using the S-300 field-based construction printer. This was reported to RBC Real Estate by the project developer, a resident of the Skolkovo innovation center, the AMT company.
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