Robotic Coffee Pour-Overs Coming to World Maker FairePosted: August 21, 2013
Originally posted on MAKE:
One day in the near future there may be as many 3D printing shops as there are ink and paper printing shops. If the owners of these shops are smart they’ll offer coffee and snacks so people will hang around to chat and talk shop. When they’re ready I’ve got just the coffee maker for them: Pour Steady.
Pour Steady is a 2-axis robotic pour-over coffee maker that can make five pour-over coffees at a time. The makers behind this buzz worthy machine are Benjamin Cohen, Stuart Heys, and Mark Sibebac. The New York-based trio created Blink Steady, a bike light/Kickstarter hit that turns on and off as the light changes and as the rider moves.
Assuming it makes good coffee, the Pour Steady seems like a good fit in any cafe, not just just a 3D printing shop. If you’re going to World Maker Faire in New York
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