I’d like to know if you think an AR3 could produce four “no-roll pie crusts” within 30 minutes. Before discussing the tentative functional requirements, here’s a whimsical introduction.
It’s been over 50 years since we put a man on the moon. Now some billionaires are actively working on sending people to Mars, yet here on Earth, billions of people are still toiling away each day to accomplish simple yet critical chores such as food preparation.
Eating delicious, fresh, hot, homemade pies is a pleasure, yet making homemade pies is time-consuming. Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos undoubtedly can afford to have skilled pastry chefs bake delicious, fresh, hot, homemade pies for them as they conjure up images of earthlings venturing throughout our solar system. As for the rest of us, well, we could use a little robotic help. Or as I imagine Elon and Jeff might say, “Let them eat pie!”
With that introduction out of the way, let’s get down to the business at hand. I would like to be able to measure out, say, 1600 grams of wheat flour, water, cooking oil, honey, salt, and yeast into a mixing bowl and then—say, within thirty minutes (that is, not very quickly)—have an AR3 produce four “no-roll pie crusts” in four adjacent glass pie pans.
In case you are unfamiliar with “no-roll pie crusts” please watch the following video Easy Shortcut No-Roll Pie Crust for approximately 25 seconds, from the 7 minute and 5 second mark to the 7 minute and 30 second mark. The proceeding link, links to the 7 minute and 5 second mark of the video.
Do you think the following would currently be feasible with the current iteration of the AR3?
1. Mix, say, 1600 grams of wheat flour, water, cooking oil, honey, salt, and yeast which I would have already placed into a mixing bowl into dough and then...
2. Measure out a specified weight (for example, 400 grams) of that dough into each of the four adjacent glass pie pans and then...
3. Transfer that 400 grams of dough into each of the four adjacent glass pie pans which I suppose might have previously been placed into a heavy cast iron frying pan to temporarily yet sufficiently secure it in place (that is, to prevent glass pie pan from slipping and sliding) and then…
4. Evenly distribute the 400 grams of dough in each of the four adjacent glass pie pans thereby creating a “no-roll pie crust.”