Fastbrick Robotics, an ASX-listed company based in Perth, has created a robot brick layer, a form of 3D printing which can create the shell of a house without being touched by human hands.

The Hadrian 105 robot, named after the Roman emperor who built a wall in ancient Britain, has hit a bricklaying speed of 225 standard brick equivalents per hour, or about half a day’s work for a top human bricklayer.

To prove it, the company released a time lapse video, showing the robot at work. To view the video click here: http://www.businessinsider.com.au/video-a-one-armed-australian-robot-can-build-a-house-four-times-quicker-than-a-brickie-2016-7