CEO Ed Neff says the $5,000 price point of SMAC Corp.’s new robotic finger could be disruptive in the manufacturing industry and help grow the firm’s annual revenue from more than $50 million to as much as $250 million.

CEO Ed Neff says the $5,000 price point of SMAC Corp.’s new robotic finger could be disruptive in the manufacturing industry and help grow the firm’s annual revenue from more than $50 million to as much as $250 million. Photo by Jamie Scott Lytle.

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Engineers Scott Inoue, Reyhan Zanis and Toan Vu helped develop the robotic finger.

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