I Tried The World’s First Robot Manicure

 One of the most frustrating aspects of getting your nails done is having to sit in a chair at a salon for forty-five minutes in order to get your nails done.  

 When we do it, we do it for the ultimate result, which is to have fingernails that are shiny and polished, and it doesn't need us to really take up a small bottle of paint and attempt to nail polish ourselves.  

 In the event that you are pressed for time, however, wouldn't it be,,,

 amazing if there was a way for you to get your nails polished in just a few minutes, eliminating the need for shaping and filing.

 It's possible that a nail-painting robot is the solution you're looking for. I recently visited the Rockefeller Center location of Clockwork, a nail technology firm based in San Francisco that began operations in March of this year.  

 I went there to have a "minicure," which is a robot-engineered manicure that only takes around ten minutes from start to finish. The "minicure" costs eight dollars.  

 First, I had a meeting with Renuka Apte, who is one of the cofounders of Clockwork, and Erik Sunden, who is the chief engineer.  

 They guided me through the Clockwork system and described the bot as an express nail service ,,, 

 The bot was supposed to make the process of getting a coat of nail polish as easy as placing an order for a cup of coffee.  

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