Forget Ikea, MIT’s robotic carpenters help you create your own furniture

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Ikea furniture is cheap, relatively easy to assemble, and even easier to replace. But what if you could design and manufacture pieces of furniture customized to fit your home?

MIT’s new robotic concept technology is meant to help you with manufacturing wood furniture of your own, although this isn’t about replicating Ikea designs The carpentry robots technology developed at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have a simple purpose. Cutting wood to precision and reducing the risk for carpenters, whether they’re seasoned professionals or newcomers.

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