Profile: The man behind Montreal’s secret robotics workshop
“Shrouded in translucent plastic are his coffee maker and toaster, but also a German-made precision welding microscope and extra-wide printer for creating posters and packaging. Peeking out from beneath his kitchen table are two grey canisters of argon gas. Almost every available surface is covered in tools and hardware – bolts, washers, and screws sit in clear boxes or just in little silver piles. It all looks very haphazard; to the untrained eye it’s more like your uncle’s toolshed than the workshop of a firm on the cutting edge of robotics.”
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