Your next house might be done sooner than you think, thanks to a brick-laying robot that can put down 1,000 bricks per hour and glue them into place. [Read More]
Summary… * Machine-Made
If the three little pigs had this machine to build their house, the big bad wolf would probably still be starving.
The Hadrian X is a 30-meter (98-foot) 3D robotic crane located atop a truck.
The machine works fast, really fast, cutting, routing and placing bricks following a 3D computer-aided design model.
The robot can work with bricks of almost any size, without needing human interaction.
Fastbrick Robotics aims to reduce construction time, waste and cost for consumers.
Opinion… * Man-Made