And the company says that most of the parts are off-the-shelf, not custom-built—which helps keep costs down.
off-the-shelf versions like the one Kate purchased go for £295—roughly $500.
The robots were easy enough—just off-the-shelf stuff, really—but the costumes and kinematics routines were something else.
He knew where you could get plans for the robotics, and off-the-shelf motors and sensors.
He looked nothing at all like the young men we see in the take-'em-off-the-shelf clothing ads.
Readily available from retail sources; not customized: a drastically scaled-down program that involves purchasing off-the-shelf computer software (1936+)