Brick-laying robot can build a full-sized house in two days

Brick-laying robot can build a full-sized house in two days

The Hadrian robot can lay up to 1,000 bricks per hour As robots get smarter, cheaper and more versatile, they’re taking on a growing number of challenges – and bricklaying can now be added to the list. Engineers in Perth, Australia, have created a fully working house-building machine that can create the brick framework of […]

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DIY 3D Printed

DIY 3D Printed

Visit http://goo.gl/435tMN at The 3d printers source Australian 3D design engineer creates a 3D printed electric guitar using an UP Box Among all of the possible objects that can be created to show the potential use of additive manufacturing for creating ready-to-use products, musical instruments are among the best. While many standalone static objects can […]

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New conductive ink makes your clothing smarter

New conductive ink makes your clothing smarter

A new conductive ink can be applied to clothing and other textiles in a single-step printing process, thereby turning fabrics into sensors and wearable electronics (Credit: Someya Laboratory) Image Gallery (2 images) A new single-step printing process uses an elastic conducting ink to turn clothing and other textiles into flexible, wearable electronic devices or sensors. […]

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