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The future has arrived. Robots, once the fodder of sci-fi movies and futuristic novels, now are working alongside humans to augment and, at times, replace them. Manufacturing has been increasingly more automated for years, but it’s only more recently that...
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When evaluating the Midwest’s largest contractors, it is clear that there is no one formula for success. Like a good financial portfolio, the key is to diversify. The top 10 firms on ENR’s Top Contractors list have their largest projects...
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SAM, a brick-laying robot, is assisting with the construction of the Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center at Auburn University. SAM100, short for Semi-Automated Mason, will be the first of its kind in Alabama. It lays more than 3,000...
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Auburn University is incorporating a robot into the construction of the Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center. Construction Robotics’ SAM100, short for Semi-Automated Mason, a bricklaying robot capable of placing more than 3,000 bricks per day, was showcased at...
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Construction is well underway at the Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center. As the building continues to grow, the construction team is getting some non-human help. Construction Robotics’ brick-laying robot SAM100, which stands for Semi-Automatic Mason, is in Auburn...
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AUBURN, Ala (WRBL) – The construction of Auburn University’s Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center is getting help from robotics. The SAM100 from Construction Robotics is being used to lay bricks on the new building. Sam, as the workers call ‘him’,...
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Bricklaying robot Construction Robotics of Victor, New York, has developed a bricklaying robot known as SAM – Semi-Automated Mason – that can lay 2,000 to 3,000 bricks in an eight-hour day compared with 400 to 600 for a human mason....
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New robot eases back-breaking work on construction projects MAY 23, 2018 (WJBK) – A new robot is turning back-breaking work into a cinch at a local Michigan company. The Mule is an automated robot created in New York that can...
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Bricklayers Think They’re Safe From Robots. Decide for Yourself. By QUOCTRUNG BUI and ROGER KISBY MARCH 6, 2018 LAS VEGAS — The bricklayers work with ruthless efficiency, scraping and slathering mortar brick after brick, tamping each down to ensure everything...
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Bricklaying robots could build your next home 10:21 AM ET Sat, 17 Feb 2018 | 01:18 Your next home could be built by robots. Designed by Construction Robotics, this robot mason is named SAM 100, short for “Semi-Automated Mason.” According...
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