Japanese robot uses photonic sensing to sort 6 different plastics

03/10/2010 | PlasticsToday.com

A robot developed with the support of the Japanese government uses laser beams of different wavelengths to sort six types of polymers, including those with differences invisible to the naked eye. It is under testing in Osaka, Japan, and a smaller commercial version of the sorting robot will sell for about $55,000.

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