Building new roads can easily break one’s back. However, we all know how engineers are always trying to come up with ways to make processes better and simpler. Guess what, they now have a fresh brand of machinery which can churn out a road in an instant only to lay it out like a carpet. Director of the Dutch corporation Vanku, Henk van Kuijk is the one to thank for it. Say hello to the new Tiger Stone which can travel wherever you wish to take it and lay a road for you. Talk about access to services on the go.
All you need to do is to feed loose bricks in the machine. The machine then orderly lays all the bricks out as it moves along the path. It is not black magic it operates on; the secret is the smart use of gravity-based system. There is no denying that brick roads have a certain bit of class about them but the amount of effort required by labor is immense. Clearly, Tiger Stone is capable of eliminating the need for that much hard effort by eliminating the need for labor altogether. Where a paver could manage to lay bricks out to a maximum of 100 square meters a day, Tiger Stone lays them out 400 square meters per day.