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Robots Are Changing the World of High Jewelry

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Robots are changing the way jewelry is made, from reducing production costs to creating intriguing designs, but can they replicate the delicate touch of a human craftsman?

Credit: South China Morning Post

Robots increasingly are being used to automate the jewelry-making process.

The modular robot system used by California-based Christian Tse Designs & Manufacturing can polish most pieces with little human supervision, resulting in cost savings and efficiency gains.

Hong Kong's Chow Tai Fook has built an automated logistics and distribution center that offers real-time inventory management and item-level stock movement data.

The Danish jewelry brand Julie Sandlau has teamed up with FPT Software on a smart jewelry factory in Vietnam that integrates robotic process automation, AI, and other technologies.

From South China Morning Post
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