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The automatic tie tying machine is here

It’s amazing what people lend their talents to. If you’re into robotics your first major project has got to be inventing a machine that ties a tie, right? Well, no judgement here. There’s a lot of businessmen out there who need their ties tied. And some won’t even bother to learn. It always helps to have gone to a private school to know these things, but if you’re not one of the “lucky” (I use the term very loosely) ones to have attended a private school with a strict tie policy, have no fear.

A tie tying machine has been created. Sure, it would be a lot more efficient just to learn how to tie your own tie, but why would you when you have this weird contraption at home?

Via Rocket News 24

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