#科技头条#【这个切砖机器人两天建好一栋房 以后想搬砖都难了】

#科技头条#【这个切砖机器人两天建好一栋房  以后想搬砖都难了】近日,澳大利亚一家公司研制出了切砖机器人Hadrian X,每小时可搬1000块砖,24小时工作,两天就能完成整个房子。利用3D电脑辅助设计了解房屋形状及所需结构,机器人能计算出每块砖的放置位置。另外,Hadrian X使用建筑胶水,让其建造速度、力度及热效率最大化。

Bad news for Bob the Builder: Watch Hadrian X the robo-builder create an entire house in just two days

 

It can build an entire house in just two days - and never takes tea breaks.

An Australian firm has revealed the Hadrian X, a giant truck mounted building robot that can lay 1,000 bricks an hour, glueing them into place.

It can work 24 hours day, and finish an entire house in just two days.

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Mounted on the back of a truck, it is simply driven onto a building site.

It can put down 1,000 bricks an hour using a 30m boom, allowing it to stay in a single position while it builds a house.

Fastbrick, the firm behind it, says it could revolutionise building.

CEO Mike Pivac said:'We are a frontier company, and we are one step closer to bringing fully automated, end to end 3D printing brick construction into mainstream.

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We're very excited to take the world first technology we proved with the Hadrian 105 demonstrator and manufacturing a state of the art machine.

Instead of traditional cement, Hadrian X will use a construction glue.

'By utilising a construction adhesive rather that traditional mortar, the Hadrian X will maximise the speed of the build and strength and thermal effeciency of the final structure,' the firm said.

The Hadrian X can handle different sized bricks, and also cuts, grinds and mills each brick to fit.

The company describes the robots as '3D automated robotic bricklaying technology.'

Australian inventor Mark Pivac, who founded Fastbrick Robotics, told Perth Now 'People have been laying bricks for about 6,000 years and ever since the industrial revolution, they have tried to automate the bricklaying process.'  

'We're at a technological nexus where a few different technologies have got to the level where it's now possible to do it, and that's what we've done.'

The robot has a boom 92ft (28 metres) long that is connected to its main body.

At the end is a robotic 'hand' that can grab bricks, pick them up, and place them down in sequence.

A 3D computer-aided design (CAD) is used to work out the shape of the house or structure required, and the robot then calculates where each brick should go.

Mortar or adhesive is also deliver under pressure to the hand of the arm and applied to the brick, so no external human element is required.

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It can even leave spaces for wiring and plumbing, and scans and cuts the bricks if they need to be re-shaped.

The project, ten years in the making and with $7 million (£4.5 million) spent on it so far, would supposedly be able to create a house in just two days.

It could work by itself 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and although other aspects of the house would require human intervention, it is perhaps a sign of things to come in construction.

The product will be marketed first in Western Australia, before expanding to the rest of the country and ultimately the whole world.

Mr Pivac noted that he had 'nothing against bricklayers', and simply wanted to improve the process in which houses were made.

He says his robot could help attract younger people to the profession.

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3711198/Bad-news-Bob-Builder-Watch-Hadrian-X-robo-builder-create-entire-house-just-two-days.html


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