Happy New Year

Happy New Year everyone! We can’t thank you enough for the ongoing love and support you guys have given us in the last year. Here is a quick update to tell you about what’s currently going on. 

Production Update:

  • The redesigned mainboard PCB trial production has completed without any problem, 200 mainboard PCBs are ready for assembly, the remaining 1800+ mainboard PCB need to be produced after the Chinese New Year holiday.
  • Over 1,300 touchscreen PCB has completed. 
  • The new firmware is almost done, and the speed has been improved dramatically. Here is the performance comparison video:

    Holiday Arrangements:

    Our office will be closed for the Chinese Lunar New Year Holidays from January 18th to January 31st (Beijing time). During the holiday period, we may not be able to reply to your inquiries or questions in time, but please don’t worry, we will make sure to give you feedback within 2 days. 


    New Demo for CNY:

    To celebrate the Chinese New Year, there are lots of traditional decorations we always put up in our house. Last year, we wrote a traditional Spring Festival Couplets with Robot Arm. This year, we will show you how to cut a traditional paper cutting with our laser module: 


    We would like to thank you again for your support and patience! Our factory production line will re-start production after the Chinese Lantern Festival (February 8th), which means that our PCB assembly and testing process will resume after their holiday is over. We will be able to start shipping the first batch of 200 units robot arm in Mid-February. Follow-up arrangements will come in our next update. 

    As always, if there are any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to let us know. 

    We wish you a healthy, happy and successful new year!

    With love,

    Rotrics Team


    • I like to buy your product, but not quite sure if it available for shipping.
      Can you please provide details if it ready and when I can get it, if I buy from US?

      Sergei Mosol
    • Dear Robotics Arm. Looks like an awesome product! I was wondering how “strong” the robotic arm is? as in, how much force can it push down on something? (i’m thinking about using it to do push-button testing). is there a measurement in Newtons? just curious. :-)


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