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Greek coffee robot
posted July 14 2010 19:12.19

In Greece it is common joke to ask if anything hi-tech (whether that be a phone, gadget, car etc.) can make coffee.
Well this robot is the answer to many years of joking because, yes, it can make coffee!
Dimitris Xristodoulidis is the maker of this robotic arm that is able to make traditional Greek coffee without any help, meaning it will pur water in the pot, add sugar and coffee, open the electric cooktop and after the mixture boils it will serve it for you to enjoy it.
Complete info of the project and photos can be found here but the knowledge of Greek language is required.:)

[Link: devell]
Tags: electronic project   robot   diy   rc servo   microcontroller   mechanical   

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