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Foxconn begins selling noodle-making robot

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28 February 2015



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The Fu Jiang robot slices dough into long, thin noodles that are ready to be cooked.

Early in 2014 Foxconn invested $25 million in Fu Jiang Robot Technology, a Shenzhen robot maker which had a dough-slicing device that was beginning to sell.

According to the Want China Times, Foxconn is offering that robot – now called Fu Jiang – to the restaurant industry initially working in concert with a company that runs a chain of restaurants utilizing those robots.

The resulting robot slices dough into long thin noodles ready to be cooked. The Fu Jiang robot automatically cleans its blades and has higher specs than when initially offered.



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Frank Tobe is the owner and publisher of The Robot Report, and is also a panel member for Robohub's Robotics by Invitation series.





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