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Walter II robot [Project]
posted October 25 2013 12:04.57 by spic0m




Apart that robots are fascinating as concept this particular one which serves as desktop companion has another interesting thing, all metal parts are made from scratch from the builder Chris Carpenter in his own made - almost 5 axis - CNC, even the gears. Let alone the manufacturing process there has been copious amounts of time in math, hand written notes and above all patience for this little masterpiece come to life.


[Link: letsmakerobots]
 
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