CARRARA. An artificial intelligence tasked with managing the manufacturing phases. A robot, "Robotor," that aims to deliver the technological solution that automates the production process and delegates stone (as well as wood and plastic) processing to the robot. A new era no longer characterized by chisels and dust but by scans and point clouds where Robotor's technology adds value by relieving humans of exhausting, risky, and dangerous tasks, simplifying the manufacturing process to the maximum.
A futuristic idea forms the basis of the project by Giacomo Massari and Filippo Tincolini, founders of Robotor, which will be presented today at the Italian Tech Week, the largest Italian technology conference in Turin. Two special days - today and tomorrow - dedicated to innovation and the future. Giacomo Massari and Filippo Tincolini will also be present, under the title of their presentation "The Future of Sculpture is a Robot." An important opportunity for the two founders, but above all, recognition of years of work that led them to create Torart first, a sculpture laboratory based on digital techniques, chosen by world-famous artists, and subsequently, Robotor.
"Our goal," recalls Giacomo Massari, "is to go beyond to not impose limits on the artist and make feasible, thanks to technology, what seems impossible to achieve but, to go beyond. Robotor adds value by relieving humans of exhausting, risky, and dangerous tasks, simplifying the manufacturing process to the maximum." "The presentation," he continues, "scheduled in Turin, will showcase the evolution of sculpture from laboratories filled with dust and noise to the robot-equipped laboratory where artisans can focus on finishing their works."
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