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The Hadrian X is expected to be fully assembled by the end of the quarter.

Fastbrick prototype on track

Perth-based Fastbrick Robotics says it is on track to have its commercial prototype Hadrian X bricklaying robot fully assembled by the end of the quarter, with the company expanding its workforce to 140 people to meet its development schedule.

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St Charles, Missouri USA
I have $50 grand U.S. on Fastbrick, and consider Caterpillar buying in, as well as partnering for production and marketing, as greatly derisking their efforts. That the young king of Saudi Arabia is giving serious consideration to this tech for building 50,000 homes (and perhaps half a million) for a new city being built, is promising

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