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    humm i hope this is the right place.. if not let me know !

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    a few more

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    Robot from Japan (where else?)

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    I think it'd be nice though to just post 1 image, then the link. The problem is that alot of people only have the individual images, not a source for them, so attaching is really the only convenient thing to do. But can't you attach stuff but make it only read as a text-link?

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    hey can any1 tell me a llink to a nice mechanical model

    plz mail that link to me at raaghav.cg@gmail.com

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    I took some photos, too. Not great quality as most were snapped from the train.

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    Maybe someone can do something with these. I haven't for shure...

    Mixed quality, theme and file size. Apologies.


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    Holy crap! What the f*** is that thing?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HunterKiller_ View Post
    2008 Robotics and Industrial

    Holy crap! What the f*** is that thing?!
    I admit I'm not completely sure. I believe it's some kind of german monster made for changing God's will. You can find more info if you google for 'tagebau' (german for "Crusher of Worlds").

    It's also the first result if you google for 'big machine'.

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    Oh shit! It's that thing! I've seen pics of it before.

    Oh man, it's so fricken sweet. Multiple orgasms.

    "Especially large bucket-wheel excavators, over 200 meters long and up to 100 meters in height, are used in German strip-mining operations, and are the largest earth-movers in the world. These tremendous machines can cost over $100 million, take 5 years to assemble, require 5 people to operate, weigh more than 13,000 tons, and have a theoretical capacity of more than 12,000 m³/h.

    Specifically, the RB293 bucket wheel excavator manufactured by MAN Takraf is recognised by Guinness World Records as the largest land vehicle." - Wikipedia


    *drool*

    A high res photo of one here.

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    Honda robot series

    I was looking up Honda's ASIMO for some robot reference and inspiration, and also discovered ASIMO's prototypes, the E-series and P-series robots. It's quite a neat metamorphosis from the earliest prototype to the final version.

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    Wasker, COOL pics.

    Is that robot real? What does it do?

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