The $800 laundry-folding robot for those who don’t have a housekeeper
Imagine handing over your laundry to a friend who folds it for you.
Designed to allow hanging both sides of the item at the same time. Making the feeding process easy and fast.
We invented patented technology that finally allows us all to have a compact and affordable machine:
LAS VEGAS — Can R2-D2 do this? (Would R2-D2 want to do this?) CES 2017 brings us a robot that automatically folds your laundry. It’s Foldimate, the brainchild of a US-Israeli company of the same name. A typical laundry hamper of clothes can be folded in about three minutes. A human has to clip each piece of laundry on two hooks, then step back as the shirt or towel is drawn inside and a system of rods and rollers straightens and folds the laundry one piece at a time. It’s then deposited in a tray at the base of the machine.
Foldimate CEO Gal Rozov says the company hopes to have working prototypes available later this year. The price would be about $800, more or less. Whether it’s a robot, appliance, or something else, it’s intriguing.
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