Robotics and Industry 4.0 are “THE FUTURE STHEMES” and we observe the progress of technology with great fascination. Our managing director Mr. Marcel Krapf is a big fan of one of Gael Langevin founded the Open-Source project which he calls InMoov – short and concisely.
What kind of project is this?
Gael Langevin is a French sculptor and designer. He has been working for more than 25 years for the biggest brands. InMoov is his personal project, it was launched in January 2012 as the first open source hand prosthesis and has led to projects like Bionico, E-Nable and many others. InMoov is the first life-size Open Source 3D printing robot. Replicable on any 3D printer at home with a surface of 12x12x12cm, it is designed as a development platform for universities, laboratories, hobbyists, but especially for manufacturers. Its concept, based on exchange and community, gives it the honor of being reproduced for countless projects around the world.
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And this is the current status of the project work for Mr. Marcel Krapf.
Well, it is a start, boss 🙂