News

Robot to revolutionise bricklaying

July 27, 2016

Perth-based company Fastbrick Robotics has created a robotic bricklayer capable of constructing a house by itself in less than two days.

Share This

Image courtesy Fastbrick Robotics.

Perth-based company Fastbrick Robotics has created a robotic bricklayer capable of constructing a house by itself in less than two days.

According to the company, which was listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in late 2015, the machine is the world’s first automated, end-to-end bricklaying robot.

The robot, known as the Hadrian 105, is designed to build a house from slab to cap in one to two days – laying up to 1000 bricks per hour, working day and night.

Fastbrick Robotics expects the robot to deliver significant time, cost, quality, accuracy and safety benefits to brick construction and other trades.

View a company video of the Hadrian 105 constructing a 3D printed brick structure utilising its compensation system here.

http://www.fbr.com.au

 

  • Annie Cass July 30th, 2016 7:45 pm

    I see a long line of unemployed bricklayers. Unless of course this thing doesn’t sell.


Leave a Reply

x
Keep up-to-date with our bi-weekly newsletter

You’ll get

  • News, insights and features from the interior design and architecture community
  • Coverage on the latest projects, products and people
  • Events and job updates

Join now!
X

Sign up to the newsletter