Perth engineer invents world’s first robotic bricklayer

A robotic, fully-automated machine is being developed in Perth (Australia), a world-first that could raise the brick shell of a new home within two days.

It can work 24 hours, 365 days — compared to the human variety who can put in anywhere from four to six weeks of backbreaking work for a typical home.

Time lapse from a test environment

An early prototype from 2015 deployed in field

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