Concrete bricks with sand aggregate can be made using a simple machine and a basic assembly line. A conveyor belt adds the mixture to a machine, which pours a measured amount of concrete into a form. The form is vibrated to remove bubbles, after which it is raised to reveal the wet bricks, spaced out on a plywood sheet. A small elevator then stacks these palettes, after which a forklift operator moves them to the brickyard for drying. They can come in a variety of colors and can be made in a all shapes and sizes. Similar to Concrete Block but pressed more densely and are usually smaller in size.
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