sep 9, 1969 - Victor Scheinman’s Stanford Arm
Victor Scheinman’s Stanford Arm was created by the American pioneer Victor Scheinman who aimed to create a fully electric robotic arm which could execute pre-programmed tasks with the most efficiency of that time. While other similar models were made prior, none could match Scheinman’s invention leading to mass production of the arm for use within car factories on the production line – through doing so, Scheinman created the foundation for the technology used within modern day mass production of motor-vehicles.
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