The first working day of the robot bricklayer
The robot bricklayer was introduced by the Australian company Fastbrick Robotics which named the project Hadrian X.
The robot does bricklaying much faster than a human: 1000 bricks per hour. With such high performance it is possible to build a house in 2-3 days.
Hadrian X features a 30 meter boom. Instead of traditional cement, Hadrian X uses a construction glue to increase thermal capacity of the building.
A house is built from a 3D projection of a drawing which is downloaded beforehand. The robot can also grind bricks.