The world’s first robotic manicurist is attracting customers

See you robot “manicurist” at Clockwise, a San Francisco tech startup that “designs robots that liberate people from mundane everyday tasks”. Described as looking like an “espresso machine” by Oil Refinery29 and a “3D printer” of Mashable, the robot gives you space to dip your hands in, then it will draw in less than 10 minutes. You still have to think while choosing your nail polish box, but the robot takes care of the rest.

“The rest of the hand is to keep your hand steady, so you keep your nails steady so when the robot goes to paint, it can actually produce millimeter accuracy and allow controls the paint mixing speed perfectly, so you’re the co-founder Radhika Apte explained to Refinery29. It has no human contact and costs $8, so it’s an alternative. super affordable for nail salons during a pandemic, says mechanical engineer Chris Masterson: “It’s so quick and cheap that you can change your polish every day if you want. in the Bay area, make an appointment at website. The world’s first robotic manicurist is attracting customers

Bobby Allyn

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