Bringing the Malwarebytes bot to life at RSA 2016

Bringing the Malwarebytes bot to life at RSA 2016

May 12, 2016 | Exhibits

At Czarnowski, we strive to achieve excellence in everything we do. So when Malwarebytes asked us to transform a hand-drawn sketch into a larger-than-life robot for RSA Conference 2016, we were excited to tackle it. After all, it’s not every day you get to build a robot at work.

A team of 17 talented Czarnowski Denver employees managed the project with guidance from our West Coast team. More than 500 hours were spent designing, modeling and engineering the eight-foot robot, including creating a 3D printout before programming for the 5 Axis CNC Router.

Seven departments contributed to the flawless execution of the final product. The execution team consisted of two project managers, two 5 Axis CNC technicians, one metal fabricator, three shop fabricators, one electrician, one graphic designer and three painters.

When reflecting on the project, team member Jesus Palma said, “The making of the robot was awesome because it pushed each one of us creatively and technically. The Malwarebytes Bot is a great example of what we can do, but definitely not the limit.”


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