29 Jun '15, 1pm

Incredible bricklaying robot can build a house in just two days

robots are taking over the construction industry ? Australian engineer Marc Pivac has developed a fully automated robotic bricklayer that can work so fast, it has the potential of building 150 homes a year. The robot, named Hadrian after the Roman emperor who built defense walls in England, can work day and night, lay 1,000 bricks per hour, and finish the frame of an average home in just two days. The Perth-based inventor built the machine, which he claims is the world’s first fully automated bricklaying robot, after ten years of research and development.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/incredible-bricklaying-robot-can-bui...

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