3D Printen; 3D metselen; 3D bruggen bouwen; 3D metselen/huizenbouw.
8 februari 2016
How it works
The house is designed on the computer, the robot is then brought to site. Bricks are loaded on and are cut to length and routed for electrical and plumbing services. Mortar is delivered to the robotic laying head. The Hadrian machine is the world's first -and only so far -3D fully automated end-to-end bricklaying system that allows for the construction of residential or commercial structures, laying course by course from a plurality of bricks from the one position, in all weather and environments, while correcting and compensating for movement, deflection and dynamic interferences in real time (1000x per second), giving it an "operate anywhere, anytime, any brick product" capability to ensure it can be transitioned into any country in the world and operate profitably.Within 10 minutes of arrival on site, Hadrian 109 is expected to be laying bricks. The Hadrian requires at least one operator in constant attendance. The Hadrian is very broadly patent protected. With this system, no human hands need to touch a brick -it lays at 1000 standard bricks per hour, is extremely accurate which presents many efficiencies to the industry, addresses and vastly improves worksite OH&S in a manner not seen before and providing cost advantages to builders.