TyBot self identifies and ties rebar intersections in any weather condition.
TyBot Logo - Based in Pittsburgh PA, TyBot is an autonomous rebar-tying robot.

 No pre-mapping, programming or calibration required. TyBot self-locates, self-positions and self-ties up to 1,100 rebar intersections per hour.

Rebar Tying Robot in Pennsylvania

TyBot is a reliable, flexible and scalable solution for your rebar installation work. TyBot will help you save time on your schedule while reducing worker injuries. TyBot seamlessly integrates into your job site. This equipment will tie rebar intersections continuously, day or night, rain or shine, without breaks or injury.  With a tie rate of up to 1,100 ties/hour, TyBot can reduce lost time and increase your capacity to perform more work. 

TyBot Key Features

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TyBot autonomously ties rebar intersection without any human interaction.
  • Self-navigation of its working area

  • No pre-mapping or calibration required

  • Less than half-shift setup time

 

TyBot can tie up to 1000 rebar intersections and create up to a 50% man hour reduction.
  • 1,100 ties/hr work rate 

  • Productivity gains of at least 150%

TyBot can tie day or night, rain or shine.
  • Runs day or night, rain or shine, without breaks or injuries

TyBot is completely autonomous and does not require human intervention. A trained QCT is sent with every lease to assist with any minor maintence concerns.
  • Robot Supervisor provided to monitor the robot and perform maintenance on site

TyBot can tie in 50% or 100% patterns on rebar up to size #8x#9
  • Ties in 100% or 50% pattern on bottom and top mats

  • Rebar sizes up to #8 by #9

  • Accommodates bridges up to 100ft wide

Frequently asked questions

How much pre-programming of rebar dimensions is required for TyBot?


None! TyBot is designed to operate autonomously without any pre-programming required. It self-finds the reinforcing steel intersections, it self-locates the tie module over the intersection, and then self-ties it.




Does the Robot Supervisor remotely operate TyBot?


No. The Robot Supervisor does not remotely guide TyBot to the correct locations. TyBot performs this function itself. The Robot Supervisor supervises TyBot and monitors its performance. The Robot Supervisor does have the ability to manually override the autonomous operation of TyBot in special circumstances.




What prep work is required before TyBot can be assembled on the bridge?


TyBot easily fits within existing bridge construction infrastructure. The unit uses the screed rail supports installed for the deck concrete finishing machine, which are required to be in place prior to TyBot arriving to the jobsite.




Can TyBot operate at night?


TyBot can tie intersections day or night, making it a flexible solution to meet your scheduling needs.




What should I do if a part needs to be replaced on my leased TyBot?


Nothing! Our on-site Robot Supervisor have been trained and will be equipped to handle most maintenance and repair issues.




Can TyBot tie alternating-intersection patterns as well as all-intersection patterns?


TyBot is capable of tying alternating-intersection patterns as well as all-intersection patterns, meeting the specifications of multiple project owners and DOT's.




How much rebar must be laid prior to TyBot starting operations?


This value depends upon the spacing of the rebar and how many hours the TyBot will operate per shift. For example, in 8 hours, TyBot can tie approximately 2,504 sf of an 8” x 8” mat. You will want to be sure that your crews have placed enough rebar to be at least one shift ahead of TyBot or 2,504 sf in this case. This will ensure that TyBot can work freely and avoid stoppages.




How can I deploy TyBot on my project?


To request a quotation for your project, please visit the Contact Page (www.ConstructionRobots.com/contact) or call us at 412-756-3360).




How can I join the TyBot team?


At Advanced Construction Robotics our goal is to grow our team with talented and creative thinkers who are driven to make a difference in the industry. If you are seeking to explore a potential opportunity at Advanced Construction Robotics visit our Careers page to learn more.




How long does it take to assemble TyBot?


TyBot can be assembled in half a shift or less with only two laborers and a crane operator (approximately 1 to 4 hours depending on job width).




How am I able to transport TyBot?


Mobilization is included in the lease pricing and handled by trained TyBot employees. TyBot is transported via a heavy duty pick-up truck (F250 or equivalent) and a 40' trailer. This arrangement supports up to a 66' wide bridge. Larger bridges up to 100' wide will require additional loads to transport additional TyBot extension sections.




How many people need to be on site for TyBot to run?


One! TyBot only requires one Robot Supervisor who monitors performance, reloads the tie wire spool when necessary, and ensures the robot does not impede on your safety protocol.




How fast is TyBot?


TyBot ties up to 1,100 ties per hour. The speed or square foot per shift that TyBot can tie will depend on the bar spacing and percentage of intersections needing to be tied. Our sales team will help estimate the specifics of your upcoming job.





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