ARMS 3DP will be a small desktop-size 3D printer that uses inexpensive-free plastic pollution as a consumable to make a million different types of products for a trillion dollar plus B2C market, a quarter of which is in CA. This team will be led by David Bassetti of 3D Seed (Australia), who developed the working prototype, minus the A.I., to be developed by Volume A.I. of the United Kingdom.
Robotic ARMS will be a medium-size robotic arm with tool-exchange milling-CNC functions, 3D scanning functions, and paint gun functions, that will use inexpensive blocks of plastic pollution as a consumable to make a million different types of products for a trillion dollar plus B2C and B2B market, a quarter of which is in CA. This team will be led by a Yaskawa Motoman USA R&D group, who has previous experience developing all of these technology needs in piecemeal.
ARMS A.I. will be developed by Volume A.I., who has previous experience developing operational and conversational artificial intelligence for no-to-low-skilled users. They will develop A.I. that can be used by ARMS 3DP and Robotic ARMS. In addition to the cost-savings realized by on-demand product acquisition using a cheaper and cleaner consumable, ARMS A.I. will significantly reduce labor, training, and production costs.
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