Science Friction Episode 1: R Theta Bot from 72 Concepts

February 7, 2022

For some engineers, finding a solution to their product design challenges is a straightforward process. But for others, it’s a more complicated journey. Science Friction takes you through five of those journeys and reveals how polymer components helped solve their problems.

In this episode, hosts Avory Brookins and Adam Spacht sit down with Josh Scott of 72 Concepts, a custom engineering company out of Houston, Texas. The trio discuss the company's machine-tending device called the R Theta Bot, which was developed for engineers looking for a cost-effective solution with just enough speed and precision. Later on in the conversation, the group dives deeper into the world of automation and Industry 4.0 as a whole. 

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