Laying down paving bricks is back-breaking, time-consuming work… or at least, it is if you do it the usual  way. Henk van Kuijk, director of Dutch industrial company Vanku,  evidently decided that squatting/kneeling and shoving the bricks into  place on the ground was just a little too slow, so he invented the Tiger  Stone paving machine. The road-wide device is fed loose bricks, and  lays them out onto the road as it slowly moves along. A quick going-over  with a tamper, and you’ve got an instant brick road.

Laying down paving bricks is back-breaking, time-consuming work… or at least, it is if you do it the usual way. Henk van Kuijk, director of Dutch industrial company Vanku, evidently decided that squatting/kneeling and shoving the bricks into place on the ground was just a little too slow, so he invented the Tiger Stone paving machine. The road-wide device is fed loose bricks, and lays them out onto the road as it slowly moves along. A quick going-over with a tamper, and you’ve got an instant brick road.