The company's main product is called In-Sito Addictive Construction (ISAC). There is a Multi-Core Induction Extruder (M-CIE) at the center of the machine. This part of the machine can turn any kind of dirt, sand, or dust into rock, which can then be used for construction of a building. ISAC uses 3D printing technology to make masonry, such as brick or concrete.
Instead of shipping concrete or bricks to a site, or building an expensive concrete plant near-site, customers can make all the masonry they need on-site. The company's stated intention for the product is to free up builders to take advantage of remote areas, placing fewer issues on neighboring communities and the customer while delivering projects to completion at a lower cost.
RedWorks achieves technology proof of concept.
RedWorks becomes RedWorks Construction Technologies Inc.
RedWorks joins Lightspeed Innovations Accelerator
RedWorks makes it to the Finals of the NASA 3D Printed Habitat Challenge