Robotics & Automation News: Sewbots™ Prepare to Take Millions of Jobs
Although “Sewbots™” is being used as a generic term to mean robotic sewing machines, “Sewbot™” is a trademark of Softwear Automation, according to the company.
An example of a Sewbot™ is Lowry, the machine launched last year by Softwear Automation (see video above). The US company is also developing something called an automated sewing machine, planned for launch by the end of this year.
Softwear Automation’s CEO, KP Reddy, says: “Our machines can run 24 hours straight – which is much longer than a traditional shift by a sewer (human sewing machine operator). Additionally, the precision is much greater so there is less wasted product.”
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