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Robot Domination: Automated Factory Sorts, Seals, and Ships With Little Human Contact

Robots are claiming an ever increasing portion of the manufacturing pie, and they don’t even like pie. The latest example of the rise of automated factory is all about adding some robotic spice to the palate…er, pallet. Intelligrated is an Ohio-based firm that specializes in designing, building, and installing custom automated systems for factories, and [...]

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