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Aeditive Concrete Aeditor 3d printer

Our 3D printer
Concrete Aeditor

Ready-to-use elements. Outputs elements up to 11x4x4 meters, incl. reinforcement and built-in parts.

Flexible deployment. Deployable in precast plants as well as onsite thanks to modular container concept.

Mouldless process. Revolutionary efficiency for families of formwork-heavy parts.

Proven technology. Our RSP process (Robotic Shotcrete Printing) is based on normed shotcrete.

Risk-free usage. Facility provided by Aeditive, volume-based billing.

Aeditive Robotic Shotcrete Printing

How to manufacture an element

Slightly simplified, the planning and production process can be summarized in three steps:


Our customers capture parameters such as dimensions or surface options for the respective element in Aeditive’s software. Our software determines roboter pathes and process parameters.


A steel pallet is positioned in the Concrete Aeditor. One of the robots creates the element on the pallet based on RSP. The second robot supports this process by placing built-in elements such as reinforcements.


The element’s surfaces are robotically post-processed. The pallet including the finished element is removed from the manufacturing space.

Our motivation
We make concrete construction viable

Shortage of skilled labour


We know of the meaning of buildings to humans. Yet, on construction sites and in precast plants there is a tremendous shortage of skilled labour. Demand in construction currently cannot be met.


We believe in the potential of automation. We passionately work on solutions to increase productivity in concrete construction as well as to make onsite and offsite workplaces safer and healthier.



We love concrete. It provides many functional advantages such as longevity and is therefore difficult to replace as of today. Yet, it is based on cement causing 8% of global CO2 emissions.


We are on a quest for better concrete parts that consume less material during production. We want to entirely avoid waste from single-use moulds. Jointly with partners we research low-clinker cements.

Aeditive Concrete Aeditor construction site bridge

What customers and experts say about us


Aeditive‘s concept of optimizing concrete elements during the design phase and of combining concrete 3D printing with other automation technologies, is convincing.

Prof. Dr.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr.-Ing. E. h. Hans-Peter Keitel

Former President of the Federation of German Industries (BDI); Former President of the German Construction Industry Association; Former Chairman of the Executive Board of HOCHTIEF AG


We count on Aeditive's technology in order to maintain current growth rates despite shortage of skilled labour. Aeditive ultimately transfers concrete 3D printing from academia into real production environments.

Mark Biesalski

Managing Director, Glatthaar Technology GmbH & Co. KG


Collaborating with Aeditive works really well. We were able to quickly identify the most promising use cases in a series of workshops. I particularly appreciate how the team embraces the specifics of our work site.

Jan Heuchert, Heuchert Beton

Jan Heuchert

Operations Director, Heuchert Bauunternehmung


As an architect, I am fascinated by the possibilities offered by this new technology: more freedom in design thanks to the elimination of formwork. I am curious to see how this technology will change architecture.

Sven Fuchs

Sven Fuchs

Partner, GRAFT GmbH

Got curious?

We use the RSP process (Robotic Shotcrete Printing). A process which our team has developed during four years of academic research. It has its roots in the classical shotcrete process.

Aeditive Roman Gerbers

Roman Gerbers

Automation Engineer & Co-Founder

The RSP process is based on the classical shotcrete process. Therefore we gear towards existing European regulations for shotcrete.

Absolutely! Our Concrete Aeditor can integrate reinforcement from steel or other materials. That's in fact one of the big advantages of the RSP process.

Hendrik Lindemann

Head of Solutions Engineering & Co-Founder

Indeed, the concrete we use in RSP is slightly more expensive than the one being used in traditional ways. That is due to, e.g., concrete additives. Nevertheless we compensate this additional cost by avoiding moulds and by achieving a high degree of automation.