Construction Robotics SAM 100 OS 2.0

SAM100 is faster than ever and running OS 2.0 which now allows soldier course bricks.

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+1 1. ringmaster commented 5 years ago

Still better, or at least, more ethical than child labour, but what a boring 'life'.
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+4 2. Natan_el_Tigre commented 5 years ago

"All in all it's just another brick in the wall."
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+4 3. speedy101a commented 5 years ago

I can't imagine that it is more efficient than manual labour, but it does cut down on the strain that is involved in brick laying. Looking at the process though it is completely reliant on humans to feed the bricks in, and also the mortar. It would just lay bricks merrily away even if there was no mortar to hold things together, although there probably is a fail safe that it would stop if the mortar was empty...

Damn my logical mind, why can't you just say... "hey that looks really cool..."
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+4 4. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

Great for the business owner, not so good for the workers, which are being replaced.
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+1 5. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

Can you imagine the conversation when the Brickies were first told that there was going to be a new member of the team. 8-)
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+1 6. cameramaster commented 5 years ago

#4. I don't see that as a'problem'...more of an 'opportunity'...to retrain as a qualified repair person for said machine after it breaks down...which it will.
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0 7. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

#6 Coming from you, I must agree! :)