Conway the Machine is coming to Amazon in 2019, the company announced Thursday.
The machine will be available at no cost and will be able to sew and clean your clothes, according to Amazon’s announcement.
“Conway the Maker is a new platform that is bringing people together to create something that can bring smiles to lives,” Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said in a statement.
“I know we’re all excited to be bringing our customers together to do the best work possible, with Conway the Machine.”
The machine is part of Amazon’s push to bring its products and services to more people than ever before.
The company introduced its own version of the sewing machine in December.
In April, the site said that the machine could be available for $299, with the option of ordering a bundle of items, including a sewing machine and other accessories, for $199.
In September, Amazon announced plans to expand its machine-based service to its warehouses, bringing machines to warehouses and even warehouses themselves.
The announcement comes just days after a report from the New York Times said that Amazon had sold 4.3 million machines in just the first three months of the year, more than double the previous record set in February.
In March, Amazon also announced that its robots will be helping its workers at its fulfillment centers to deliver orders to customers, a move that has led to the hiring of hundreds of thousands of additional workers.