Infineon Technologies has released a 3d printing system that enables you to build your own robotic arm, which can also be used to repair damaged electronics.
The company has developed a process that allows users to create a 3-D printed robotic arm that can be used in the repair of electronics such as batteries, switches and even computer chips.
Infineon, which is based in Switzerland, has a range of products that enable the creation of 3D printed parts and components, such as robots, sensors and robots for medical applications.
The new robotic arm is designed to be able to bend and rotate independently of the user, which will enable users to make robotic parts from a brain or other body part.
The technology also enables users to print components that can also perform mechanical tasks, such a door lock.
“When it comes to the production of mechanical parts, 3D printing is a very promising technology for a variety of reasons, including its ease of production, its high accuracy, and its wide range of applications, according to Infineons co-founder Christian Heiden.
The 3D-printed robot arm can be attached to a variety or different parts, such batteries, computers, doors and other electronics.
A 3D printable part can be printed using Infineonics 3D Printer technology, allowing users to design and print parts from the user’s brain.
The 3D scan can then be exported as a 3DS file, which Infineonic uses to create the 3D object.
The firm says that the company will start selling the robot arm in 2018.
It is the latest technology to take off in the robotics sector, with companies such as Dyson and Zagat releasing robots in the past year.