Eva plastic robotic arm by Automata
The Eva robotic arm by Automata is designed to help robots become as ubiquitous as desktop 3D printers

Engineers and scientists have been trumpeting the beginning of the robot age for decades, but this year it finally felt like it might be dawning.

Austrian architect Wolf D Prix declared robotic construction and 3D printing to be the future of architecture, while Dutch designer Joris Laarman shared his plans to use robots to 3D print an entire Amsterdam footbridge in mid air.

Joris Laarman and MX3D’s steel canal bridge in Amsterdam will be 3D-printed by robots

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