Articles tagged with: Furukawa Kiko
The SWITL robotic hand appears to be capable of cleaning up semi-liquids such as condiments and sauces. This doesn’t sound exciting, but it does it without changing the shape of the goop, and then seems to be capable of replacing the mess back on the surface, still in the same shape.
It was created by food industry machinery developer Furukawa Kiko. The device is intended for use in the baking industry, particularly in production lines, where scooping and moving doughy products are best left to robots instead of inept human hands.