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At long last, small hamburgers will be delivered in a pneumatic tube

15
Dec
2013

A mainstay of drive-up bank tellers for decades, a New Zealand cafe is finally taking the pneumatic tube to its logical conclusion: as a delivery mechanism for delicious, nutritive sliders. C1 already uses pneumatic tubes to get order tickets to and from the kitchen — but obviously, sending a full meal requires quite a bit more suction, so the system is being redone at the rate of roughly three tables a month until the entire restaurant is ready to go.

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