For the past few years, we've collaborated with the de Bivort Lab at Harvard. They're strong believers in automation there, and together, we designed a robot to handle a variety of Drosophila tasks. You might have seen some tweets here and there about the #FlyRobot; now you can read our preprint, available on bioRxiv:
The paper's supplementary figures and information contains links to some videos of the robot in action, too.
While we aren't selling this system, we are hard at work on a commercial version. Keep your eyes out for an announcement about that in early 2018. In the meantime, MAPLE is open source, with CAD files and software available for download on Github. Let us know if you have any questions!