Meet the Swiss Army Knife of Robotic Arms (.PDF Download)

It wouldn’t be appropriate to call Andrew Wingate’s Evezor an all-in-one robotic arm. Rather, the phrase “everything-in-one” fits the manufacturing platform to a tee, and for good reason. The list of this machine’s capabilities is astounding and near endless: 3D printing, carving, welding, cutting assembling, pouring, milling, drawing, pick and placement, engraving, and more can all be done using the Evezor.

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