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    3D Printing and Building Robots

    Love to see what 3D printed robotics projects people have been working on.. To start people off with a few ideas, here are some created by http://makerclub.org/


    The Grabber - Print and build your very own robotic arm.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tY3izND1dwU
    http://makerclub.org/project/grabber/

    Quadmonster - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvTnfCqXE70
    http://makerclub.org/project/quadmonster/


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    Robotics looks awesome! I am very exciting to see more and more how areas of science are interconnected, and hope to embrace more of that in students education.

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    Oh wow this is really cool. I think this is going advance society in the aspect of engineering now that it will be easier for people to design and invent things.

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    I did design work for the new Origibot, it's coming soon with 3D printed body parts:
    http://www.originrobotics.com/#!products/c194u

    The 3D printed parts are made with a desktop FDM machine and reinforced. They house all the electronics and frame.
    The project is a great example of how 3D printing can enable low volume production series!
    Last edited by ralphzoontjens; 08-24-2016 at 07:59 AM.

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    Yes, 3d printing is playing a major role in Robotics. I use to print robot for testing purpose. Its really less expensive to see our research robot working live.

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    These designs are great. robot
    These designs are great. robot

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    great. I highly appreciate

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    I was actually speaking to someone who's deeply involved in applications of 3D printing in construction recently, and he mentioned that one of the things they're looking into is 3D printing robots and drones on-site for work in hazardous environments. It's still very much a work-in-progress for now, but some of the examples people are sharing here show that it's certainly viable and worthy of investigating. Good stuff!

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