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Thread: Eva, lightweight robotic arm, Automata Technologies Limited, London, United Kingdom

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    Eva, lightweight robotic arm, Automata Technologies Limited, London, United Kingdom


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    hello Eva

    Published on May 1, 2015

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    Eva's learning to help build herself

    Published on Aug 31, 2015

    While we were not watching, Eva decided to start making copies of herself by tending our 3D printers.
    We'll continue to keep an eye on Eva to see what she does next ...
    PS. It actually took 25 mins to setup the job including layout, teaching Eva and testing.

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    Automata aims to "democratise robotics" with $3000 six-axis robot

    Published on Oct 21, 2015

    In this movie, Suryansh Chandra of robotics start-up Automata explains how he hopes the affordable robotic arm his company is developing will lead to robots becoming as ubiquitous as desktop 3D-printers. Read more on Dezeen:
    "Automata aims to "democratise robotics" with $3,000 six-axis robot"

    by Ben Hobson
    October 21, 2015

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    Hello world, I'm Eva

    Published on Aug 15, 2017

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    Eva accelerates

    Published on Sep 12, 2017

    Watch this video to see how quickly Eva can move.

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    Setting up an Eva takes just one minute!

    Published on Dec 11, 2017

    Laura shows Eva's simple set-up process. It can be set-up and be running in one minute! Now that's Automation made accessible!

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    Palletizing use case

    Published on Jan 25, 2018

    Eva performs a palletizing application, it picks objects from a tray and packs them into a small container. Our Choreograph software allows such grid functionality to be programmed quickly and efficiently, opening up another use case for Eva!

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    ROBOTT NET: Automata Eva

    Published on Mar 21, 2018

    Automata’s Eva unit is designed to reduce the high barriers to the adoption of robotic systems. This is a desktop sized robotic arm that is still in development and offers small and medium sized enterprises a low cost and user-friendly robot solution.
    Currently existing as a prototype unit (TRL 4) the aim of this voucher work is to assist Automata in the certification of the Eva unit as a safe collaborative robot that is ready for commercial deployment.

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