New machines are arriving to jDrones office. 

What is it, we will se in following weeks. But as a hint there are some details that we can share now for it:

- It's 3.000 Kg heavy

- It's 2.7m tall, 1 meter wide and 2.8 meters long

- It uses electricity (and a lot)

- It's rather silent

With the machine we can really change many of our products to be better and better. It won't get tired on new parts.

Let's start guessing what it might be. 

There are few people that already know what it is and we do not accept guesses from those, you all know who i mean :)

So who will be first one to guess what is our new mystery machine???

Jani / jDrones

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Comment by Guto Santaella on December 27, 2012 at 4:58am

@Matt: yeah, I also think it is a big 3D printer.

@Jani: Congratulations!!! (whatever it is...rsrs)

Comment by Boston UAV on December 27, 2012 at 9:08am

lawn gnome

Comment by Jared S on December 27, 2012 at 9:11am

Wave solder is my guess but I would think they would be longer. Maybe just an oven. Both are quiet. Injection mold machines are loud (air lines, big moving parts, and such) aren't they?

Comment by Frank de Beijer on December 27, 2012 at 10:10am

Wind turbine to do some serious conditions testing ??

Comment by Frank de Beijer on December 27, 2012 at 10:16am

or X-ray testing equipment ..................

Comment by healthyfatboy on December 27, 2012 at 10:23am

A flux capacitor

Comment by Gary McCray on December 27, 2012 at 12:08pm

Lots of clues.

Assuming you meant 3000 kg not 3kg so 6600lb.

That's actually pretty heavy for a Wave solder machine of this size, could be though.

Also heavy for a vacuum forming machine or a reflow oven.

Machine tool, CNC lathe, except decidedly not quiet.

Wrong shape for Water Jet also not quiet.

Could be an EDM but my guess is thats a little out of your job description.

Primary guess injection molding machine.

Secondary guess really heavy duty CNC laser except usually not all that quiet due to fan.

If it was a flux capacitor as suggested above, you could simply go forward in time and steal the technology you haven't invented yet from yourselves and bring it back and make it, so that would certainly let you make many of your products better. So very outside shot at flux capacitor.

Comment by Mark on December 27, 2012 at 12:30pm

Assembly Department from China shrunk-down for easy transport. They will replace five Departments here in US factory.

Comment by Crashpilot1000 on December 27, 2012 at 12:42pm

I have a very good connection to the delivery company. I promised not to reveal the details - but i do it anyway:

It is a nuclear powered ice cream machine for the hot weather ... :)


Kraut Rob

Comment by Steven Harsanyi on December 27, 2012 at 12:52pm

It is a rooftop a/c unit.


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