This Robotic Arm Can Build Parts for Itself

 Robotic Arm Can Build Parts for Itself: The new arm of Universal Robots is so advanced that it can even help build more of itself. And he has. It’s not a Von Neumann machine—not yet, anyway. But the UR3 is precise, lightweight, and flexible, opening up vast manufacturing possibilities for small and medium-sized businesses.

It can screw, solder, paint, glue, and grip, with enough precision not to damage whatever it’s building. UR3 also requires no programming skills to use. Instead, it can learn tasks as you guide it by hand, pushing and pulling it. Users can teach it more delicate tasks on a tablet computer.

The UR3 will retail for around $23,000, but who can put a price tag on the heyday of machines.

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