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1Relating to robots:‘a robotic device for performing surgery’
mechanized, mechanical, automated, push-button, preprogrammed, computerized, electronic, robotic, unmannedView synonyms
- ‘The Michigan-based manufacturer of conventional and robotic palletizing machinery has been purchased by another company.’
- ‘Clearly Sermon's work does not include a dexterous robotic arm, a standard device of telerobotics.’
- ‘We also installed new case packers, a new check weigher system, robotic palletizers and automatic box formers.’
- ‘Slender robotic video camera pylons telescope up and down, enabling the church to broadcast live events with minimal sight line intrusion to the pulpit.’
- ‘‘Increasing automation through robotic packaging is what we are looking into right now,’ he says.’
- ‘The facility's fully automated robotic palletizer is capable of palletizing both half-gallon and quart-size corrugated boxes simultaneously.’
- ‘‘Machine vision’ refers to robotic equipment that can ‘see’ product defects.’
- ‘It's also renowned for its constant quest to improve through homegrown technology, like clean rooms, proprietary software programs and robotic mat cutters.’
- ‘‘The robotic palletization versus the hand palletization - that is an area where we've really invested some dollars up front to eliminate back injuries,’ he says.’
- ‘But what's new about tilling is that it uses automated, robotic equipment to quickly screen for mutations - gene by gene, one piece of DNA at a time.’
- ‘Material handling is also state of the art, including robotic palletization.’
- ‘Bundles make their way down a conveyor and are stacked on pallets by one of two automated robotic cranes, nicknamed ‘Chilly’ and ‘Willy.’’
- ‘One day the system could evolve into a robotic device for continuous monitoring of crop canopies in a production setting.’
- ‘He programmed some voice-recognition capabilities to operate CAD systems and even experimented with robotic arms to handle floppy disks.’
- ‘For these analyses, robotic equipment precisely places pieces of the pathogen's DNA in an array of infinitesimally small droplets on glass microscope slides.’
- ‘There were two pens in the barn: the north pen, which housed cows milked with a robotic milker, and the south pen, which housed cows milked in a conventional parlor.’
- ‘Long robotic arms reach several stories high to easily store and retrieve products with speed and accuracy, no matter how large or complex the inventory.’
- ‘Fastcorp reconfigured its ice cream vending machines five years ago to keep moving parts outside the freezer, and ice cream is delivered to the consumer by a vacuum attached to a robotic arm.’
- ‘It consisted of a robotic drill mounted on a track and programmed to randomly pierce the gallery walls as it moved from room to room.’
- ‘Future capital expenditures are earmarked for implementing robotic technology in the facility's butter room for packaging and palletization.’
- 1.1 Resembling or characteristic of a robot, especially in being stiff or unemotional:‘his robotic voice’
- ‘Their robotic self-control and evasion of personal contact was redolent of the utter self-absorption of mimes.’
- ‘She wondered if her fiancé even noticed her robotic mood.’
- ‘This nasal, crisp, robotic inner voice wasted no time on small talk.’
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