Suzumo Introduces Range Of Sushi Robots

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Suzumo Introduces Range Of Sushi Robots

Technology has advanced to such an extent that the day when robots will be doing everything and humans will just be sitting and controlling them is not far off. The beginning of such an era has actually started.

While robots are designed these days to serve in almost every field, including defense services or to look after kids, this robot is a bit different. The Japanese firm, Suzumo made this type of robot for the first time in 1981, the Sushi making robot or machine. And from that time, it has not stopped. At present, it has been able to line up a whole range of sushi robots.

Sushi has been an all time favorite dish and much in demand. For the dish to be prepared, one requires great skills. And these robots are nowhere less than humans in terms of skills.

It has been revealed that the company which has been able to create robots that imitate the experienced chefs, copy them in the ways they make sushi and can make lots of sushi at a time. It has been unveiled that the sushi robot can make up to 960 thin norimaki rolls an hour.

Nevertheless, it was discovered that while a team of these robots prepare rice-mounds at a rate of 3,600 per hour, the other group wraps in the seaweed and raw fish and then folds the roll perfectly.

Working at this speed, it has been estimated that they are capable of preparing 300-rolls in an hour, which is 10 rolls in two minutes, which is less than the highest record set till now of 12 rolls in two minutes by Joakim Lundblad.

However, the energy levels of man and robots cannot be compared, as a robot can work 24/7. But at last, it depends on the customer that whether he wishes his roll to be human-made or robot-made.


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