One brick at a time...

Login to rate this video.

You can place this video on your website by inserting the (X)HTML code below:

Embed code:
<iframe src="" width="400" height="330" frameborder="0"></iframe>

You can email this video to your friends by entering their addresses below:

Your information:

add Add another recipient

Human verification:

People who liked this video also liked

AtmosFear freefall tower at Liseberg Gothenburg in Sweden
I Can't Taste Anything
1087 Days in Just 15 Minutes - Growing Plant Time Lapse COMPILATION
Colored balls elevator. Particle fluid. Music. Molecular Script. Video 4K
2019 Tasmanian Tiger Photo
Budgie Balancing Trick


20 comments posted so far. Login to add a comment.

Expand all comments

Picture of ughlah41 achievements

+70 1. ughlah commented 11 years ago

The next kid telling me that school is no fun gets to create a 10 m pavement...damned spoiled western kids.
Picture of Gobi14 achievements

+26 2. Gobi commented 11 years ago

1. I don't think they are making pavement, seems more like tile factory. You can see piled tiles behind them, that sand is the bed where they lay out the tiles to dry.
Picture of Sustagen35 achievements

+21 3. Sustagen commented 11 years ago

Be grateful of what you've got :'(
Picture of Gondy1048 achievements

+17 4. Gondy10 commented 11 years ago

Now, do you think life is not fair because you're working in a boring office?
Picture of Cloe41 achievements

+14 5. Cloe commented 11 years ago

#2 is actualy right! In Romanina gypsis make this kind of bricks and they have the same tehnique,they lay them in the sun for drying and after that they have two opstiones either thy sell them or they harden the bricks in large ovens ..
So in conclusion that only looks like a pavement....think about it .. it would be impractical to make pavement from clay .....
Picture of Malakyte47 achievements

+30 6. Malakyte commented 11 years ago

According to the video, one team can make 500 bricks per hour
(1 brick every 7 s).
Knowing that you need roughly 18400 bricks to build a 1500 square foot house, they can prepare it for you in just 5 days!!!

Picture of imagic42 achievements

+12 7. imagic commented 11 years ago

my back starts hurting only watching this. I hope these kids will have some better jobs in their future,
Picture of Keiichii26 achievements
Comment rated too low. Show this comment

-19 8. Keiichii commented 11 years ago

But, i see this video 2x. Second guy make 40% scrap. This ratio in my job = fired.
Ok ok, awesome speed, but if u make something, make perfect, no?
Picture of Tehnol36 achievements

+20 9. Tehnol commented 11 years ago

#8 what do you mean? The "scrap" he cuts off the top goes directly back into the pile of raw material to be used.
Picture of bella131 achievements

+8 10. bella1 commented 11 years ago

I need a rest after watching this :)
Picture of Kendo88518 achievements

+3 11. Kendo885 commented 11 years ago

Exploitation is a wonderful thing,
Picture of Killerado29 achievements

+1 12. Killerado commented 11 years ago

Shinese wall... The making of! :D
Picture of loadrunner54 achievements

0 13. loadrunner commented 11 years ago

It is better then sitting on a crappy chair, watching a screen, and wait for someone to call you, to change subscription on the tv cable.
Picture of MyVision2220 achievements

+2 14. MyVision22 commented 11 years ago

Earning money can be easy in two cases: either you are educated/talented or you are born in a developed country. if you don't have both of them then trust me you get to know other face of life. :(
Picture of Tarc37 achievements

+6 15. Tarc commented 11 years ago

#8, I'm pretty sure it is for a reason. He could nail it down to 101%, but I guess he purposely leaves extra on top so that it's easier to scrape it off in a bulk.... rather than trying to remove a small layer with clinical precision.
Think before you say something...
Picture of esoucho18 achievements

+1 16. esoucho commented 11 years ago

#8 what kind of dumb, ignorant person are you?
Picture of YetiGrowl38 achievements

+3 17. YetiGrowl commented 11 years ago

My knees and calves ache watching this. I could never stay in that position for more than a few minutes!
Picture of sux2bu67 achievements

+3 18. sux2bu commented 11 years ago

#6 The link you provided describes a standard brick that measures 2.25"x4"x8". The huge bricks in this vid are at least three times that size,so maybe only 6,000 of these bricks would be needed to build your 1500 sq.ft. home. Two easy days and they would have enough!
Picture of maruf92bisj20 achievements

0 19. maruf92bisj commented 11 years ago

#2 its a brick building factory in bangladesh. U see the reddish "gaamsa" below the hat of the kid on right, thats how u know its in bangladesh (kinda a trademark). These bricks is to be burned in furnace later on to harden
Picture of geogonzo4 achievements

0 20. geogonzo commented 11 years ago

OK numb-nuts been there done that, it is sand and cement. They are making bricks mainly for building homes, walls etc. They are not pavers or for walking on if you notice there is an indentation in the middle of the brick. This brick is not fired only clay is fired as I have worked with both media I can tell you what they are using. On a lighter note they are Sheriffs Arpaio special force to pay for tent city in Phoenix AZ. O:)