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“Using Dusty is not as physically demanding as manual layout – no more on your knees or bending over all day. And I'm not covered in chalk or breathing in the chalk dust. Plus, it has added a valuable skill set to my job.”
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“I feel really confident in our layout knowing it’s coming straight from our CAD files."
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“We can come out in the field and see that information on the slab in real-time, we can review it with the electricians, we can review it with the framers and we can detect clashes together in person.”
“[Dusty] exceeded the expectations in that we incorporated some of those details such as door openings, the rooms actually being called out on the ground, some of those types of widgets that previously we hadn’t done before."
Traditionally, drywall layout has been done manually using techniques such as the chalk-line method, but there is now robotic layout technology that automatically prints drywall layout on the job site surface.When done manually, contractors take measurements and use chalk lines to snap their reference lines on the construction site surface. They may additionally mark labels for building components. When the installation is ready to start, these manual measurements and markings are used to build the walls, ceilings, and doorways. This manual layout process is error-prone and often leads to rework, while robotic layout is accurate, fast, and reliable.