November 7, 2008

Skybot Does Windows

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Someday when you are stuck in your high rise cubicle, you may look out the window and find yourself er, face to face with Skybot. The robotic system consists of a computer to control a lifting crane and a bot with adhesion technology. After the robot is in place, the computer controls and monitors its work via sensors. The company is quick to let you know that their product is green, as it utilizes environmentally friendly detergents.

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at November 7, 2008 8:52 PM
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With our scissor Lift, a 30 box skid would take almost no time to position -- two minutes per box to put near the work area and another two minutes per box to lift and move," said Stairman. "This is over two hours of time you can save! Our combination of lifts not only save a lot of time, but remove a big source of back pain too."


Posted by: scissor lifts at November 20, 2008 7:26 AM

Thanks for your input! Let us know when you make a smaller version. (We hate doing windows!) ;)


Posted by: sheila at November 17, 2008 2:43 PM

We have interest in Skybot robotic suytem to distribute in our market Korea. For our review and discussion with customers please provide full line brochures, distributor/retail price list and promotional CDs.
Best regards,
Haekeon Corporation
CPO Box 6472 Seoul South Korea
Tel. 82 32 624 1937 Fax. 82 32 624 1940
Mobile 82 16 208 4999


Posted by: Kyung Hwan Kim at November 17, 2008 1:15 AM
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