The robotic fry cook Flippy is getting a new look

Miso Robotics, the designers of the world’s most popular robotic fry cook “Flippy”, is giving their burger-flipping, french fry prepping robot a new look.
The company has designed a new installation for its robotic arm that slots under the hood above a fry station instead of planting the robot on a kitchen floor.
The robotic fry cook Flippy is getting a new look

It’s a move that’s designed to save space and improve efficiency as the company starts pitching its robotic chefs to quick service restaurants like McDonald’s and Burger King around the country.
Miso’s move comes even as other startups attempting to automate the preparation of everything from pizza to burgers are getting burned. Zume, the formerly high-flying would be robotic pizza maker and packaging company, recently had to lay off a chunk of its workforce, and Creator, the automated burger prep restaurant, is still operating from a single location in San Francisco two years after its launch.

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