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FBR, FASTBUILT ROBOTICS
blacksheep
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Updated chart - down another 7.41% currently @ 12.5c
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FBR and Caterpillar pull plug on robot bricklayer partnership
Sean SmithThe West Australian
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A potential partnership between Caterpillar and robotics technology company FBR that was hailed as a potential company-maker for the WA group has been scrubbed.

FBR, which is gaining worldwide attention with a robotic bricklaying machine, said today it and Caterpillar had mutually agreed to cancel a memorandum of understanding struck 17 months ago and extended in June.

“Caterpillar confirmed the decision to part ways with FBR is reflective of their strategic priorities and is not indicative of the satisfaction with FBR’s progress to date or its technology,” the Perth-based company said.

Despite the move, it said, “the parties remain open to possible business opportunities together”.

As part of the split, Caterpillar will sell its 2.1 per cent holding in FBR.

The MOU was triggered by Caterpillar’s interest in the technology behind FBR’s Hadrian X bricklaying machine, which recently built a three-bedroom, two-bathroom house in less than three days.

Today’s announcement was released after FBR shares closed unchanged at 16.5¢, capitalising the company at $205 million.

https://thewest.com.au/business/constructio...-ng-b881040561z

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FBR has achieved what it says is a world-first with the fully automated construction of a three-bedroom, two-bathroom house in less than three days.

The ASX-listed company - formerly known as Fastbrick Robotics - says civil and structural engineers verified that the structure - completed on Monday in Western Australia by a robotic arm from a 3D model - met relevant building standards, setting the stage for commercialisation of the product.

The company’s Hadrian X - a truck loaded with pre-cut bricks - is able to drive to a construction site, where a laser-guided robotic attachment feeds blocks through an arm and continuously places them into position.

“We now have the world’s only fully automated, end-to-end bricklaying solution, with a massive market waiting for it,” chief executive Mike Pivac said...
little boxes

https://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/c...450f16da784d0da



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joules mm1
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In Reply To: joules mm1's post @ Sep 28 2018, 11:50 AM

when news such as fridays at the end of the month, the stock did not sell on strength of the news as is typical in a pnd
that tends to suggest along with uptrending money flows (fridays print) and todays pricing that the weak longs are gone
the company needs to back up the diluting stock issue with more good "proof of concept", take the model beyond concept
a do or damned few months ahead, likely we'll spill into january if a few hurdles appear which wont affect the auction 'if' boutique
funds decide they've seen enough to get involvedfriday and today see more transactions at the offer than the bid, hence the uptick in money flows

technically price alone remains constructive (regardless the APF/channel) i annotated in previous post



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purchased today at .175's with risk very close, if the channel is bogus then we'll go close the gap




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Fully Operational Completion of Hadrian X Build
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Recently FBR was given a mention in this article - Five irrationally exuberant ASX stocks

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5. Fastbrick Robotics
Market cap: $130 million
Revenue: $1.3 million
Share price rise since listing (via reverse takeover): 2200 per cent


read more: http://www.afr.com/technology/five-irratio...y#ixzz535Ccm55m

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Fastbrick Robotics fell almost 5 per cent to 19.5¢ upon naming a new chief financial officer, Aidan Flynn, who joins from Carnegie Clean Energy. The $200 million robotic constructor has made two senior leadership appointments in the past month.

http://www.theage.com.au/business/australi...102-h0cqbj.html
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FBR pulling back to a level where it may be worth risking a trade.

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"We now have inbound enquiries about our technology coming in on a daily basis and from all corners of the globe," says CEO Mike Pivac in the company's annual report.

"Fastbrick intends to accelerate its business development strategy in order to meet this level of interest and demand as it continues to build its prelaunch order book". "Heading into 2018, Fastbrick is well-positioned as we continue to invest in the company's global partnering strategy, its customer discovery process and the Hadrian X programme and associated Intellectual Property," says Pivac.

"Fastbrick remains committed to improving the safety, speed, accuracy, cost and waste management in the construction industry.

"The combination of the Caterpillar and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia MOUs demonstrates Fastbrick's potential global scalability and the level of strong customer demand for our technology. "During 2018, we will be focusing on the completion and demonstration of Hadrian X and on executing our commercialisation strategy."




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"Every long-term security is nothing more than a claim on some expected future stream of cash that will be delivered into the hands of investors over time. For a given stream of expected future cash payments, the higher the price investors pay today for that stream of cash, the lower the long-term return they will achieve on their investment over time." - Dr John Hussman

"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
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Investor Presentation out .... "Hadrian X executes the automatic loading, cutting, routing & placement of all bricks to build a house" ... so far, limited by lengh of boom to one storey?
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The Global Addressable Market for the Hadrian X is estimated to be $100 to $200 billion
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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne

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