Bricklaying Robot

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Tue, Jun 30th, 2015 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

Proving that no job is safe from automation, Fastbrick Robotics introduces Hadrian, a machine capable of bricking a new home in two days.

It works by creating a 3D computer-aided design (CAD) laying program of a house or structure, then calculates the location of every brick and creates a program that is used to cut and lay the bricks in sequence from a single, fixed location.

A 28m articulated telescopic boom goes to work and mortar or adhesive is delivered under pressure to the robotic laying head and applied to the brick which is then laid in the correct sequence as per the program. The robot de-hacks, measures, scans for quality and cuts to length the bricks and routs for electrical and other services.

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