Usually when making sushi rolls, the sushi chef takes ready-made rice and approximates the amount needed, often making a big error in weight. Then the sushi chef spends about 30-60 seconds forming a rice mat on a piece of seaweed (sushi chefs with no experience — takes longer forming a rice mat), adds a stuffing, and wraps a roll. As a result, different sushi chefs make rolls of different shapes and weights, and have trouble managing orders on peak workload days (weekends, New Year and others).
Using maki robots:
- You can keep one sushi chef for cooking complicated dishes and employ less qualified and less expensive personnel for cooking popular sushi dishes.
- When you turn the robot on for the first time — you can adjust it under 5 different types of maki rolls and then always prepare rolls of the same size, shape, and weight.
- The robot spends about 5-12 seconds making one roll. You will always cope with orders on peak workload days and you will not lose your clients.