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Help us build a robot lab this week!

Fancy building a robot lab?

We're need volunteers to assist building a mini two-robot lab at RoboFold / Robots.IO until December 19th. Message me if you want to join us...


We are building the extruded aluminium enclosure, integrating the electronics for the robots, end-effectors and safety system - this involves assembly, some wiring if you're used to wiring diagrams, and of course testing with the IO robot…


Posted on December 10, 2014 at 9:06am


Simply Rhino UK and RoboFold present:


Nov 14-17 - Shape To Fabrication 4 - Workshops, RoboFold studio/factory,…


Posted on October 26, 2011 at 6:39am

Work with the new robots at RoboFold

RoboFold is installing four ABB robots and CNC router this summer, and will be hosting the workshops for an architectural conference (more details soon). We want to find the right people to be part of this adventure- if you fit the descriptions below, get in contact.


Freelance Computation Experts:

RoboFold is looking for freelance…


Posted on May 26, 2011 at 5:30am

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At 8:12am on August 22, 2011, WT4 said…

Hi Gregory


Not sure whether I reply to your comment on my video here. 

Yes the intention is to drive a robotic arm (which we have) together with

a milling head(will be getting) to actually cut foam.




At 8:19pm on February 18, 2010, Chris Wilkins said…
I became interested in folding unexpectedly. I am doing an independent study class concerning spline curves (bezier, b-spline, nurbs), but my teacher is really into origami, and he challenged me to model that particular piece, and now I can't stop thinking about it. I was always a fascinated with descriptive geometry and projections, and I'm finding that stuff to be related to folding of surfaces.





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