Fastbrick chief technical officer Mark Pivac.

Fastbrick Robotics debuts on ASX

Perth-based Fastbrick Robotics has wrapped up its first day of trading on the ASX after completing a $5.75 million capital raising.

Fastbrick, which owns its Hadrian 105 prototype robot that is capable of doing the work of a bricklayer, allotted 287.5 million shares to investors at 2 cents each to raise the funds.

The offer was oversubscribed by $750,000. 


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