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July 16, 2011

Automatic Chicken Breast Deboning Robot

at 10:47 pm. Filed under Complex Hacks, Crazy Hacks, Insane Equipment, What Were They Thinking


I enjoy chicken meat but it is sad to see this type of machine which just treats the animal like an object. It might as well be making car tires. It is a marvelous feat of engineering any way you look at it though.

Via: TechEBlog

“The fastest human butchers can fully debone about 150 chickens per hour. That’s a lot of chickens! But the new Mayekawa Automatic Chicken Deboner easily bests it, masterfully breaking down a whopping 1,500 chickens in the same amount of time–which, if our math is correct, is ten times faster than a flesh-and-blood butcher.”


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4 Responses to “Automatic Chicken Breast Deboning Robot”

  1. Hmm Says:

    We should just grow meat from stem cells in vats. No animal suffering, no need for complex machines to separate unwanted parts from wanted parts. If that’s not possible, genetically engineer boneless, headless chickens that plug into a feeding/life support machine.

  2. ElectroNick Says:

    There is something Matrix-esque to this machine and yes it does look eerie if not downright scary in its, ahem, machine-like efficiency in cutting flesh off the bones.


    It’s not like people were going to stop eating chickens anytime soon and someone has to prep the meat. I don’t see a reason why there shouldn’t be a machine taking care of this (what I imagine to be a) dreadful, physically demanding and accident-prone work.

    Great job, Mayekawa engineers!

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  4. john c Says:

    I prefer the machine to do the job, it cant sneeze on my chicken, it doesnt need to go far a dump then forget to wash its hands, it hasn’t got ant diseases to pass on and it takes away the need to employ illegal immigrants to do the job.

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