An artist's impression of Fastbrick's Hadrian X commercial prototype.

Bricklaying robot to build 11 Perth homes

Fastbrick Robotics will put its prototype truck-mounted bricklaying robot into the field to build 11 residential houses under a collaboration agreement with Perth-based builder Archistruct Builders & Designers.

ASX-listed Fastbrick will be sub-contracted by Archistruct to use its Hadrian X commercial prototype to construct the homes using 3D printed bricks, while Archistruct will supply the land and all building services required.

Each house will have a minimum floor plan of 180 square metres consisting of at least three bedrooms and two bathrooms.


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Hello, absolutely love this evolution. For yrs we have been living in a 3bdrms appartment. Couldn't move as everything in north shore Sydney where we would like to settle down but never could afford it. But this is promising. All we want is a home which we can move into asap because with kids it's very difficult to stay in an alternate option while our dream house takes almost a yr & a half to build. Is there any chance you will be coming to Sydney. We would love to be 1 of the 1st people to experience this phenomenon.

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