Maki Makers

Maki robots for cooking sushi rolls

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.
ASA 190E Manual Maki Roller

Application to thin to large rolls without a setup change.

ASM 865CE Rice Sheeter

This sushi robot can easily and quickly switch between rolls of different diameter

ASM 880CE Maki Robot

Making rolls with rice outside/inside with a the hopper capacity was increased to 10kg.