Paving road like a boss!

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+11 1. dave9191 commented 6 years ago

Whilst it looks cool and all. You still need people to manually lay the paving stones in the correct order / pattern, as well as cut them down to size to fit. And it looks like this is the biggest hold up in the process.

Is this huge expensive machine really saving time over laying them down on the ground directly?
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+9 2. Thanny commented 6 years ago

#1 I expect it makes a whole lot easier to go in a straight line. I agree that it's crying out for some kind of robotic sorter at the top to lay the bricks out.
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+30 3. Akuuu commented 6 years ago

#1 maybe not the cheapest/fastest but at least ur back is safe at the end of the day ;)
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+35 4. courchef commented 6 years ago

#1 you clearly have never layed paving stones before!
This machine is awesome.
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+7 5. braveheart2052 commented 6 years ago

great ! first many inventions put americans outta work ! now we are going to put Mexicans outta work ! :(|) :(|) :(|) :(|) :'( :'( :'( :'(
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+24 6. mcmagalhaes (reviewer) commented 6 years ago

This machine is fantastic. Having done some of this myself, I think the worst part is getting up to get more bricks, carrying them, sitting on the floor or twisting your back in a terrible position. This machine avoids all of these. I loved it!
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+5 7. jackDjohnson commented 6 years ago

Paving the way to a better future for our health !! :D
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+7 8. fixento2 commented 6 years ago

Great idea and great machine it simple and that takes the back breaking labor out of it. Love brick roads, last forever, will forgive the uneven with age, but not the fact they are slicker than greased lighting with snow/ice on them.
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+2 9. drunkmonk commented 6 years ago

Just roll out a pavement for when I come.
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+3 10. TesticleTom commented 6 years ago

#4 I suspect that you've never laid paving stones either. If you had you'd know that 99% of the work is in the preparation, ie. making sure the surface is perfectly flat, even and compacted. Afterwards, laying the stones, slabs or whatever is piss easy.
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+1 11. FootballMadMan commented 6 years ago

That is brilliant, great invention!
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+2 12. grator commented 6 years ago

The edges of the stones are mostly damaged.
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+2 13. orion commented 6 years ago

Nice, although it's probably not a road for vehicles. More like a town square, sidewalk or a park path.
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+1 14. Gringo_el_Diablo commented 6 years ago

I love this music! they should use it for other mundane labor jobs too & make a cut scene of one of the workers humming to the tune before the music drops back in :P
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0 15. greyplague commented 5 years ago

#13: Lotsa brick roads like that one over here.Belgium, Europe. ;)Link:

http://i162.photobucket.com/albums/t260/greyplague_photos/road_zps63f1a15d.jpg