A butter robot is a robot that moves around a factory floor by using hydraulic brakes and wheels.
A fender truck is a vehicle that uses a hydraulic system and other devices to roll and turn.
The Fender-brand trucks, which are made by Fender Automotive, are often seen at factory tours and are designed to perform tasks such as turning a wrench, drilling a bolt or welding.
The Butterbot, a version of the Butter robot, has a bigger footprint and can move more slowly.
It weighs about a third as much as a Butter truck.
Fender Automobile says the Butterbot is available in five models and that it has been sold to over 60 countries.
Its maker, Fender Robotics, said in a statement that it is adding Butterbots to its lineup of “high-tech” vehicles, such as the Ford F-150 pickup truck, which is now available with an electronic dashboard and a joystick.
The company said the Butterbots will be available to Fender customers in early 2019.
F-150 trucks are popular among automakers, which rely on them to help them get parts to their production lines.
Fender also sells trucks with more traditional steering and brakes, but Butterbots can use them to operate a wheelbarrow, lift a heavy load or even lift a truck that is being lifted.
The company said its Butterbots are the “most advanced” and are “truly designed for driving” and “can be used for everything from factory tours to a multi-vehicle operation.”
The company says the Fender Butterbots come with “full digital dashboards” and a steering wheel that can turn 180 degrees.