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a.saji
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Re: More uses for the safe robot
a.saji   9/30/2013 4:25:36 AM
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@far911: Yes maybe but cost = quality. If we try to go for a cheaper one or think more on cost quality wise the system will be degraded          

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Re: More uses for the safe robot
far911   9/30/2013 1:19:11 AM
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A product like this will be very costly to be affordable for every one, we need to find solution at a cheaper price.

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Re: More uses for the safe robot
a.saji   9/29/2013 10:15:08 AM
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@Ann: Same here and fingers crossed. Any idea on when it will be announced ? 

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More uses for the safe robot
Ann R. Thryft   9/27/2013 11:53:40 AM
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The fact that the Baxter robot can now do pick and place from any angle opens up a lot more uses for this not-in-a-safety-cage robot in smaller production environments and warehousing. I'm especially interested to see what's included in the non-research SDK whenever it does become available.

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