With the revolution of mankind through technology, the meaning of work has been changed totally. It was in ancient times when a person used to perform each and every task by himself. But now artificial human synonym-ed as Robots is being utilized for many tasks. The invention of robots was done in the early 1963 since then a number of innovations have been done in science’s this field. Few time ago, Intel showcased its robot made up of 3-D printed parts. Nickname “Jimmey” was allotted to the robot.

3D Printed Robots IntelWhat’s 3D Printing?

3D printing is a process of making a three dimension solid objects of any digital model. This process is carried out by lying different shaped layers on one above another. It’s been taken as one of the technology that allows us to develop a new machine of our choice just with the help of virtual model. 3D printing is currently in the early stage of its development, but it will take a huge leap in the coming time.

The robot is powered with Intel interior circuit and is planned to be available for normal users at a cost of $1,600. Recently Chief Executive Brian Krzanich appeared with “Jimmy” on stage at the Code Conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, after which Jimmy waved his hand to get a warm welcome from the audience. On the eve, he also announced that this research robot will be available with 3D-printed parts without charge and its partners will sell only non printable components. He in duration of his speech quoted that
“Robots are coming. Like it or not.”

For common use, this robo can be programmed to sing, translate languages, send tweets and even serve a cold beer. After owning this robot, its owner will be able to program his servant for a unique task. He can also share the machine with others with the help of many download-able apps. Soon this will become a trend of Royalty to own a serving robot at home. Making users smile, the CEO also declared that within next five years, the price of this robo might even decline upto $1,000.

Intel is working keenly towards manufacturing wearable devices this year. The company is already expecting that after entering the mobile world they will attain from virtually zero market share to 15% to 20%. And even CEO is expecting that more partners are being expected to join in this program with Intel.