Robot assembles IKEA chair frame

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Robot assembles IKEA chair frame

Solves flatpack nightmare.

Sifting through pages of instructions and a jumble of screws and bolts to build low-cost Swedish furniture may soon be a thing of the past given advances in technology, say researchers at the city-state's Nanyang Technological University (NTU). The scientists spent three years programming a ...

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