Sushi Robots Can Produce 2,400 Nigiri Rice Balls, 200 Rolls An Hour

March 26, 2019

This is a video demonstration of AUTEC's line of sushi making robots that can produce up to 2,400 nigiri rice balls and 200 cut rolls an hour. That's a lot of sushi! Granted not more than I can eat in an hour, but still a lot. There's actually an all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant a few blocks from here at work that won't let me eat for longer than 45 minutes even though the menu explicitly says there's a two-hour max. Regardless, I've still never not gotten my money's worth. I've also still never not projectile vomited, BUT I THINK I'M GETTING CLOSE.

Keep going for the video of the machines, which were actually designed to aid sushi chefs that work in fast-paced, high quantity sushi environments (the best kind for getting sick!) and not replace them, which is a relief because otherwise it would be confusing who to tip and/or compliment.

Thanks to Adrian, who agrees it's only a matter of time until knife-wielding sushi robots are serving human sashimi.

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