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July 6th, 2008 #1
2008 Robotics and Industrial
Post any Robotic and Industrial references here!
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July 22nd, 2008 #7
I took some photos, too. Not great quality as most were snapped from the train.
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July 25th, 2008 #9
Holy crap! What the f*** is that thing?!
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July 25th, 2008 #11
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
A high res photo of one here.
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August 9th, 2008 #12
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?